Originally posted on CBS San Francisco:
SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — It may take up to three weeks to test orange juice allegedly poisoned a week ago at a Starbucks in San Jose because no one knows what is in it yet, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.
“They have to test a lot of things when they don’t know what it is they are looking for,” Deputy District Attorney Luis Ramos said.
Ramos had the orange juice sent on Friday for testing and it may take two to three weeks to compare it to untainted juice to see “what, if anything, that was contained in that juice was foreign or toxic.”
The results of tests are crucial if a case is to be made against Ramineh “Romi” Behbehanian, 50, whose arrest last Monday for allegedly placing rubbing alcohol in two bottles of juice at a Starbucks at 6009 Snell Ave. made national…
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