Fifty-three-year-old Chipotle Mexican Grill chief marketing officer Mark Crumpacker made a court appearance in handcuffs on Tuesday, July 5 after his arrest, which was part of a year-long New York Police Department drug sting. Police charged Crumpacker with criminal possession in the seventh degree for allegedly asking for cocaine deliveries 13 times to his $2.5-million apartment on West 13th Street near Union Square in New York.
Judge Edward McLaughlin, who handed Crumpacker a $10,000 or $4,500 cash bail, told him “I don’t want someone who is a purported bigshot to think they should be treated differently.” Multiple other New Yorkers, including Katie Welnhofer of Fox Business News, have faced arrest due to the drug bust.
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