The customer would then drive to the window, hand over the money and get a Happy Meal box containing heroin in exchange, Manko said.
Pittsburgh's finest caught wind of the take-out service when an informant came forward, and undercover officers quickly set up a sting operation at an East Liberty McDonalds.
After ordering a toy from the drive-thru menu, the officers gave 26-year-old Shania Dennis $82 in exchange for a Happy Meal bag that contained a toy and 10 stamps of heroin. According to reports, Dennis put $2 in the cash register and put the rest of the money in her bra.
It's not clear how many buys the Pittsburgh police made before arresting Dennis — the only detailed purchase is the one on the day of her arrest.
A similar bust two weeks ago in nearby Murrysville netted another McDonalds employee, who also stands accused of slinging heroin with his burgers.