Woman Slams Vehicle Into Popeyes After Order Was Missing Biscuits


A woman from Augusta, Georgia, is said to have intentionally crashed her vehicle into a Popeyes restaurant. This came after her food order was missing biscuits, authorities say.

50-year-old Belinda Miller was apprehended on Wednesday and faces charges of aggravated assault and criminal damage to property in the first degree.

At about 7:45 p.m., on February 18, sheriff’s deputies answered to the Popeyes in regards to a wreck that involved injuries.

The manager told police that the woman had become angry when she didn’t receive her biscuits. However, the order had been fixed prior to the crash, but Miller still wasn’t satisfied.

One of the workers was standing close to the restaurant and was almost hit by the SUV when Miller supposedly slammed it into the building. She kept driving into the building until the vehicle came to halt because of debris.

Eventually, Miller’s car was discovered at her residence with front-end damage.



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