A fast meal may find yourself costing one girl much more than cash.

Yvelande Jean-Pierre allegedly broke right into a Boynton Seashore Police Division facility Jan. three and heated up some meals within the cops’ microwave, allegedly consuming one officer’s hen. However the insatiable intruder reportedly made a key mistake, forsaking her pockets — which included a state-issued ID card.

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“Her first mistake was breaking into our substation,” the Boynton Seashore Police Division posted on their Fb web page. “The second was consuming Agent Berben’s hen and asparagus (though she’s clearly not a fan of asparagus).”

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A picture from police confirmed the state of their kitchen after the messy muncher made the sudden go to. Items of a inexperienced vegetable — doubtless the aforementioned asparagus — could possibly be seen strewn throughout a counter.

A police report mentioned Jean-Pierre appeared to have gained entry to the constructing by climbing on prime of two recycling bins after which busting by way of a window. Her ID later was present in a plastic buying bag left outdoors, and surveillance footage captured within the early morning hours confirmed her strolling across the property, police added.

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She faces expenses of housebreaking of an unoccupied construction, theft and prison mischief.

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