Cops: Waffle House Waitress, 43, Spiked Fellow Worker's Drink With Meth

A Waffle House waitress spiked a co-worker’s drink with methamphetamine, leading to the victim’s hospitalization and the woman’s jailing this week on felony battery and narcotics charges.

Georgia police allege that Sonserea Evans, 43, tampered with Brian Mikeals’s drink while the pair was working in late-December at a Waffle House in Dawsonville, a city about 55 miles north of Atlanta.

Cops were summoned to the restaurant after Mikeals, 37, became stricken. He was transported to a local hospital in serious condition and later slipped into a coma (from which he has emerged). Mikeals, who remains hospitalized, has required a feeding tube and a ventilator to help him breathe.

A police review of Waffle House surveillance video showed Evans taking Mikeals’s drink into a store bathroom. She then returned the beverage without Mikeals realizing it had been missing. Investigators allege that Evans spiked the drink with methamphetamine while inside the bathroom.

Cops report that they have not discovered a motive for the poisoning.

Evans, seen in the above Facebook photo, is being held without bond at the Dawson County jail on aggravated battery and possession of a controlled substance counts.