A quick meal can stop costing a woman much more than money.
Yveline Jean-Pierre allegedly broke into a Boynton Beach Police Department on January 3 and warmed up some meals in the police microwave, allegedly eating an officer’s chicken. But the insatiable intruder reportedly made an important mistake and left behind his wallet ̵
1; which contained a state-issued ID card.
“Her first mistake broke into our ground,” wrote the Boynton Beach Police Department on his Facebook page. “The other one to eat Agent Berben chicken and asparagus (although she is clearly not a fan of asparagus).”
An image from the police showed the condition of the kitchen after the touching munch made the unexpected visit. Parts of a green vegetable – probably the above-mentioned asparagus – could be seen strewn over a counter.
A police report considered that Jean-Pierre seemed to have gained access to the building by climbing on top of two recycling bins and then breaking through a window. Her ID was later found in a plastic bag outside, and surveillance material caught in the early morning hours showed her walking around the property, police said.
She is facing allegations of burglary of an insignificant structure, theft and criminal accident.