[ooyala code=”puczNiYjouV4c0aPNPbOa9lnF0IaWuUd” player_id=”b248f00b9d6e4d7ba21cbc796a85f61c”]
By Chelsea J. Carter
(CNN) — A California woman who police say planted two bottles of tainted orange juice at a San Jose Starbucks has been charged with attempted murder, a police spokesman said Tuesday.
Ramineh Behbehanian, 50, is accused of adding rubbing alcohol to the contents of the bottles and then placing them into a refrigerated display case, Police Sgt. Jason Dwyer told reporters.
“According to our San Jose firefighters that were on scene and the fire captain there — they really are the experts there — it was a lethal dose,” he said.
Behbehanian was arrested Monday after a customer spotted her allegedly pulling out two bottles of orange juice from a bag and putting them in the display case, he said.
The customer reported it to employees, according to police. The customer also got a license plate number, and investigators later traced the…
View original post 133 more words