Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle‘s chief creative and development officer, was indicted today by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office in a massive crackdown on cocaine buyers, reports the New York Daily News. The indictment was in the wake of a lengthy probe into a drug-selling ring on the city’s Lower East Side that sold $75,000 worth of cocaine.
The operation began after investment banker Thomas Hughes jumped to his death off the roof of his high-rise apartment building and police found cocaine and his dealer’s phone number in his apartment, reports the News.
Also indicted in the operation and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree were:
• Mornings with Maria on Fox Business producer Katie Welnhofer
• Merrill Lynch client associate Christopher Dodson
• Cushman & Wakefield associate Austin Dodson
• Huffington Post blogger Alexander Mallory
Below is the indictment (names of certain defendants have been redacted since they have yet to be arraigned, the DA’s office told Fast Company). A spokesperson for Chipotle did not return a request for comment.