Police find no evidence that Taco Bell put rat poison in man’s food

Investigators found no evidence that employees at an Aurora Taco Bell laced an irate customer’s food with rat poison last weekend, according to a news release from the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.

The office is asking the customer to contact them after multiple attempts to reach him, including via visits to his home Thursday, went unanswered.

The incident began at about 1 p.m. Sunday when deputies were called to the restaurant at 16700 E. Smoky Hill Road in Aurora. The customer had been arguing with Taco Bell employees after they told him their soda machine was broken. The restaurant workers eventually gave him a burrito instead of a drink.

That evening, the man was admitted to a local hospital, telling health care workers he ate rat poison. He told deputies that he had eaten the tacos at about 7 p.m. after helping a neighbor with yard work and watching television. He immediately felt a burning sensation in his mouth and vomited. He called 911 and was taken to the hospital, along with the taco.

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