Poisoned Orange Juice placed in Starbucks

Posted By Attorney Robert M. Bernstein || 2-May-2013

Ramineh Behbehanian, 50, was arrested for sneaking tainted bottles of orange juice into a refrigerator at a Starbucks. A customer noticed seeing the woman remove two bottles of orange juice from her purse and place them in a refrigerated display case at the store. The customer reported what the woman was doing to the employees. After examining the bottles and detecting what they described as a "toxic smell," store employees called 911.

A witness provided Behbehanian's license plate number, and police tracked her to her home which resided five minutes away. She was arrested on suspicion of felony poisoning, and now is facing attempted murder charges. Tests revealed she had mixed lethal amounts of rubbing alcohol with juice.

If you or someone you know has been charged with reckless endangerment, attempted murder, public endangerment, poisoning or any other type of crime, it is essential to hire an aggressive Los Angeles criminal attorney who can fight for your future.

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