August 3, 2015
A popular pizza joint, located across from a high school, is still open for business, even though police say the restaurant was selling drugs to teens and adults.
Truckee Police Department sent undercover agents to The Pizza Shack across from Truckee High, after they noticed a number of people going in the restaurant and not staying long enough to enjoy a slice of pizza.
The undercover agents were able to buy meth and alcohol from The Pizza Shack, and were also given marijuana.
Since The Pizza Shack doesn't have a liquor license, detectives cited the owner for illegal alcohol sales, but she was later released.
Police also arrested four others as a part of the two-month long investigation.
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