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Ann Sather's Deliveryman Busted for Meth

The restaurant is owned by 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney



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    Getting busted for meth is not so sweet.

    An Ann Sather's deliveryman wasn't slinging baked goods out of an Ann Sather's delivery van when cops caught up with him.  He was allegedly peddling something even more addictive -- crystal meth.

    Daniel Serafini, 35, allegedly used a Sather delivery van as his own personal meth service after his shift.

    Cops busted Serafini when trying to drop off a two-pound bag of the stuff to Alfred Mortensen, 63, of the 2500 block of West Belle Plaine Avenue, according to Trib. Mortensen was also arrested and charged when police found an additional five pounds of meth at the residence.

    Ann Sather's is owned by Alderman Tom Tunney (D-44th), who said he terminated the meth man immediately.

    "It is both very disturbing and shocking to learn that an individual employed by my business was allegedly engaged in illegal activity," Tunney said through a spokeswoman.