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Georgia woman slams her SUV into Popeyes restaurant because her order was missing biscuits: Police

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A Georgia woman slammed her SUV into a Popeyes restaurant because her order was missing biscuits, according to police.

Around 7:45 p.m. on Saturday, a woman ordered food at the Popeyes restaurant in Augusta, Georgia. The woman claimed that her order at the fast food restaurant was missing biscuits. A Popeyes manager informed authorities that the order was corrected and the customer was given biscuits. However, the woman was reportedly "still not happy."

The woman instructed the restaurant staff to hurry up with the order "because she was coming back," according to the Popeyes employees.

The woman allegedly made several threats to the staff of the Popeyes in Augusta — even threatening to drive her car into the restaurant, according to the incident report from the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

An 18-year-old employee was standing near the front of the building and was almost struck by the car when the woman's SUV crashed through the restaurant, according to WJBF.

The woman smashed into the Popeyes restaurant and then punched the gas pedal and drove another four feet into the building after the initial crash, according to authorities. The woman stopped crashing into the building after debris prevented the SUV from going any further, according to the arrest warrant. Nobody was injured by the woman ramming her car into the Popeyes restaurant.

The woman fled the crime scene.

Four days after a vehicle drove into the Popeyes restaurant, police arrested a suspect. On Wednesday, police arrested Belinda H. Miller. Authorities said that Miller's vehicle was found at her home with front-end damage.

She was booked Miller into the Charles B. Webster Detention Center. Miller, 50, was charged with aggravated assault and first degree criminal damage to property.

WJBF provided video footage of the damage the SUV caused at the Popeyes restaurant.

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