Cops: Auto Shop Gives Meth as Employee Bonuses

'Least now we know why the work was so fast'
By Michael Harthorne,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 21, 2016 6:20 PM CDT
Cops: Auto Shop Gives Meth as Employee Bonuses
At Clear Choice Auto Body Repair, the golden parachutes are allegedly made out of crystal.   (Shutterstock)

Police are investigating after a Minnesota auto body shop gave its employees methamphetamine "bonuses," the Smoking Gun reports. Police say 40-year-old Jesse Seifert, owner of Clear Choice Auto Body Repair in Mankato, held a meeting this week and had his girlfriend, 39-year-old Nancy Loehlein, hand out a half a gram of meth to each employee as a bonus. One of the employees went to police, who conducted a search of the business Wednesday, according to KMSP. Police reportedly found meth residue on used syringes and a digital scale in the business. "Least now we know why the work was so fast and extra attention was paid," reads a review left Thursday on Clear Choice's Facebook page (where the business has a nearly perfect 4.9-star rating).

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