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Chipotle Executive Indicted in NYC Cocaine Bust

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The Chief Marketing Officer for the Mexican Grill is now up to his neck in legal trouble, thanks to New York’s Finest

As if the fast food giant didn't have enough bad publicity.

For one Chipotle executive, his company’s assembly lines weren’t the only lines he was used to.

Chief Marketing and Development Officer Mark Crumpacker was indicted for his relation to a massive cocaine ring operating out of the Lower East Side in New York City. He was one of 18 charged “repeat customers” of the delivery service.

Maybe he was testing if Chipotle could do delivery, too.

Any way you chop it, this is a bad news bears for Crumpacker. He made $4.3 million in 2015, and served in numerous roles outside of Chipotle, including as president of the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation and as a member of the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation’s board of directors. I’d bet that those titles will disappear as quickly as the snuff he was buying.

His arrest comes as part of a larger cocaine bust, a delivery service allegedly ran by Kenny Hernandez, 35, Felix Nunez, 27, and Oscar Almonte, 29. The Manhattan district attorney’s office alleges that they would use car services to deliver the drugs to various locations across Lower Manhattan, ranging from bars to bodegas. The customers would pay $200 to $300 for their own miniature snowstorm.

Naturally, Crumpacker has been placed on what Brits would call gardening leave—Chipotle has told him “to focus on these personal matters” rather than coming into work. His duties have been reassigned to other senior managers.

Maybe Crumpacker should’ve used a Chipotle burrito to hide his snuff like someone who used a sealed Nature Valley granola bar. Then again, he probably would’ve been busted anyway. This is another lesson to kids: If you want to be famous (or not famous), don’t do drugs, OK?


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


Chipotle executive linked to New York cocaine bust

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) -- Chipotle Mexican Grill placed one of its top marketing executives on leave after he was named in an indictment involving a cocaine ring in New York.

Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle's chief creative and development officer, was charged with drug possession and accused of being connected to a cocaine delivery service in New York.

The 53-year-old Crumpacker was one of 18 alleged buyers named in the indictment and has been placed on administrative leave. His arraignment is expected in the coming days.

"We made this decision in order to remain focused on the operation of our business, and to allow Mark to focus on these personal matters. Mark's responsibilities have been assigned to other senior managers in his absence," Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said.

Crumpacker was hailed as an architect of the company's attempts to win back customer approval following outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus dating back to last Fall.

According to Arnold, other executives had already been assigned to handle Crumpacker's duties while on leave.

The company face a dramatic loss of same-store sales in the first quarter and posted its first loss since becoming a public company.


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