Cops: Patrons tipped waitress with meth

Couple offered drug-filled envelope to pay for their drinks, police say

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Two restaurant patrons in Oregon were arrested after their waitress said they tipped her with methamphetamine.

The waitress at the Twisted Fish restaurant called Seaside police after the couple slipped her the drug-filled envelope while paying for their drinks, the Daily Astorian reported.

A responding officer identified the substance as meth.

Police said they found more drugs in the woman's purse and their motel and vehicle.

Ryan Bensen, 40, and Erica Manley, 37, were charged with meth possession and manufacture of meth.

Manley also faces a delivery of methamphetamine charge.

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