Georgia woman intentionally crashes vehicle into Popeyes over missing biscuits

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A Georgia woman allegedly drove her vehicle into a Popeyes restaurant on purpose after biscuits were mistakenly left out of her order, according to officials.

Belinda H. Miller, 50, was charged with first-degree criminal damage to property and aggravated assault.

Deputies with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office were called to the Popeyes location on Walton Way in Augusta after receiving reports of an accident with injuries.

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A Georgia woman allegedly drove her vehicle into a Popeyes restaurant on purpose after biscuits were mistakenly left out of her order.

A Georgia woman allegedly drove her vehicle into a Popeyes restaurant on purpose after biscuits were mistakenly left out of her order. (iStock)

The store’s manager told police Miller became angry when she discovered no biscuits with her order and that she then drove her SUV into a restaurant entrance. 

The manager said the restaurant corrected the mistake and gave her the biscuits prior to the crash. The manager also said the woman threatened staff before the incident, including calling the store and threatening to drive her car into the building.

Miller nearly struck an 18-year-old employee with her vehicle when she crashed into the store. She continued driving into the store until her vehicle was stopped by debris, according to arrest warrants.

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Belinda H. Miller, 50, was charged with first-degree criminal damage to property and aggravated assault.

Belinda H. Miller, 50, was charged with first-degree criminal damage to property and aggravated assault. (iStock)

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The woman fled the scene after crashing into the restaurant and headed south on Gordon Highway. Her SUV was later found at her home with damage to the front.

The woman was booked into the Charles B. Webster Detention Center on Wednesday and given a bond of more than $4,000, although it is unclear if she remains in custody.

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