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He Was About To Serve Parents Their Coffee When He Saw It Sticking Out Of Her Arm, Called 911

The employees of Dunkin’ Donuts see many families pass through the drive-through every day, but one couple raised immediate concern. What one worker witnessed prompted an urgent 911 call, for the safety of these parents’ kids and for others on the road.  

Tiffany Tinkham and Lance Hillier had their children in the back seat when they ordered from a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-through in Hyannis, Massachusetts. It became evident that the two were under the influence of drugs when an employee noticed that Tinkham had a needle sticking out of her arm.


Hillier reportedly passed out at the wheel of the car and had to be woken by the employees yelling at him. After they ordered, the couple drove off, but not before the Dunkin’ Donuts employees were able to write down their license plate number.

The employees called the police immediately and Patrol Officer Nicole Bevilaqua caught up with the vehicle on the highway. After signalling for the couple to pull over, Bevilaqua noted that Tinkham and Hillier switched seats while the car was still in motion.

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