A South Florida sandwich maker is accused of helping some customers eat and smoke fresh. Elizabeth Hunt, 47, was arrested Thursday and faces several drug charges after she allegedly sold marijuana with the purchase of any sandwich that required “extra meat,” St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office said. “Extra meat” was code word for a bag of weed, investigators claimed. Customers wanting a little extra green on the side would place $10 in the tip jar and Hunt would slip the weed in the sandwich bag, a police report said. Undercover cops used the code word twice last month and each time came away with a footlong and some drugs. Hunt is being held on $55,000 bond. It was unclear if she had an attorney Friday.
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