Authorities in Georgia said a 50-year-old woman deliberately plowed her car into a Popeyes restaurant after biscuits were mistakenly not added to her order. According to Fox News, the suspect, identified as Belinda H. Miller, faces charges including first-degree criminal damage to property and aggravated assault.
Richmond County Sheriff’s Office said they responded to the scene after they were notified about an accident with injuries. The manager of the restaurant informed officers Miller plowed her vehicle into the facility’s entrance after she became furious over biscuits being left out of her order.
The manager said the mistake was rectified and Miller received the biscuits before the incident. But leading up to the crash, the manager said Miller hurled threats at the staff, adding that she also called the store and threatened to plow her car into the restaurant.
An 18-year-old employee was nearly hit after the suspect drove her vehicle into the restaurant. Arrest warrants also stated that Miller did not stop driving after she deliberately crashed her car into the building. Her car was ultimately stopped by debris, Fox News reported.
Miller drove away from the scene in the aftermath of the incident. Her damaged car was eventually tracked down at her home. The suspect was jailed on Wednesday, but it was not established if she managed to pay the over $4,000 bond for her release.