Car crash
Deputies arrested a 50-year-old woman from Augusta, Georgia. This is a representation image. Pixabay.

Several outlets claimed that a Georgia lady has been charged by police for reportedly driving her SUV into a Popeyes restaurant because her order did not contain biscuits.

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.

Belinda Miller, 50, of Augusta, reportedly grew furious with her Popeyes order and remained angry even after staff members fixed the error on Feb. 18, according to an incident report acquired by the local news station WJBF.

After leaving the area, Miller returned and drove her SUV into the structure, nearly running over an employee who was 18 years old and standing close to the front of the structure, according to WJBF. Police claim that Miller continued to drive until the building debris blocked her way, according to the outlet.

The Augusta Chronicle reported that the manager said Miller threatened staff members before the incident and called the restaurant threatening to drive her car through the building.

Miller fled the scene after colliding with the restaurant, but her car was subsequently discovered with front-end damage in front of her house, said reports.

Miller was charged by police on Feb. 22 with aggravated assault and first-degree criminal property damage, according to detention records acquired by Insider.

Representatives for the Richmond County Sheriff's Office did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

In another car crash incident, Police arrested the alleged driver in a hit-and-run collision last month.

Twenty-year-old Ashanti Jones allegedly drove a stolen car into a house on Oliver Avenue on the west side of Indianapolis around 3:20 p.m. on Jan. 27.

Court records say Jones took a silver 2013 Lincoln MKZ without permission from her boyfriend after he fell asleep at the Cloverleaf Apartments on Wilkins Street. She drove north on Mickley Avenue about a half-mile away when she failed to make the turn at the "T" intersection with Oliver Avenue. The car hit a Honda Odyssey minivan in the driveway and then crashed through the house, said reports.

Selena, Yolanda Cabrera's 1-year-old daughter, was in her arms as she sat on the couch in her living room. They were thrown off the coach into a wall. Cabrera suffered a serious cut on her right arm. Her baby had minor injuries. Cabrera's 9-year-old daughter was in the kitchen, not injured, and called 911, reports WTHR.

According to an arrest record, Jones consented to speak with detectives. Jones first claimed a male was operating the vehicle when it crashed but after seeing the text message she sent to the owner of the vehicle and the video proof, she admitted she was behind the wheel, according to the arrest report.

Jones is being detained at the Marion County Prison on charges of fleeing the scene of an injury-causing accident, abandoning a dependent, engaging in criminal carelessness, and auto theft.

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