Ecstasy pill found in Sonic Drive-In kid's meal

Three Sonic Drive-In employees were arrested in Texas after an ecstasy pill was found in a four-year-old boy's hamburger wrapper. The pill was discovered after his 11-year-old sister unwrapped the hamburger from his kid's meal.

According to police, the parents brought the entire meal to the Taylor Police Station after discovering the pill. Police officers were able to test the substance and confirm it contained ecstasy. Officers responded to the drive-in fast-food restaurant to continue their investigation, which led to the arrest of three Sonic Drive-In employees.

30-year-old Sonic Manager Tanisha Dancer of Taylor was placed under arrest for her outstanding warrant out of Guadalupe County for Parole Violation-Larceny, a state jail felony. While at the Williamson County Jail, Dancer was searched and found to be in possession of three Ecstasy pills.

Dancer was charged with Possession of Controlled Substance, a state jail felony.

35-year-old Sonic employee Jonathan Roberson of Taylor was also placed under arrest for four outstanding warrants: 1) Theft by Check, a class B misdemeanor out of Travis County, 2) Driving While License Invalid, a class B misdemeanor out of Travis County, 3) Bail Jumping/ Fail to Appear (Driving While License Invalid), a class A misdemeanor out of Travis County, and 4) Bond Forfeiture out of Brownwood, Texas. 22-year-old Sonic employee Jose Molina of Taylor was also arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

According to police, the Taylor Police Department is reviewing this case with the Williamson County District Attorney's Office and additional charge(s) are pending.