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CA Woman Accused Of Tainting OJ At Starbucks

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Police in San Jose, California, are looking for a motive, after arresting a woman accused of sneaking orange juice bottles spiked with a lethal amount of rubbing alcohol into a Starbucks.

They say a customer reported seeing the woman take two bottles of orange juice from her bag yesterday and place them in a refrigerated display case. The suspect was arrested hours later at her home, on suspicion of attempted murder.
 
Police say they don't know if it's something she did before, or if she had planned to do it again. They say they don't have any reason to believe there are other coffee shops in which she has left dangerous items.
 
The suspect is identified as 50-year-old Ramineh Behbehanian. Police say after a witness told a store manager what he saw, a store employee followed the woman to the parking lot and took down her license number.  Other employees called 911 after noticing the bottles had a toxic smell. Police say tests determined that the bottles contained a "lethal quantity" of rubbing alcohol mixed with the juice.

 

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