Boynton Beach Police say two meals were cooked in their kitchen during a suspicious break-in.
(Boynton Beach Police Department)
A quick meal could end up costing a woman a lot more than money.
Yvelande Jean-Pierre reportedly broke into a Boynton Beach Police Department facility Jan. 3, and heated up some food in the cops’, microwave oven, reportedly the food of an officer of the chicken. But the insatiable intruder reportedly a major mistake, leaving behind her purse — which contained a state-issued ID card.
“Her first mistake was to break into our substation,” the Boynton Beach Police Department posted on their Facebook page. “The second was the food of the Agent Berben’s chicken and asparagus (even though they clearly no fan of the asparagus).”
An image of the police revealed the state of the kitchen after the messy muncher made with the unexpected visit. Pieces of a green vegetable — probably the aforementioned asparagus — can be seen to be distributed through a counter.
The police said Jean-Pierre seemed to have gained access to the building by climbing on top of two bins and then busting through a window. Her ID and was later found in a plastic bag left outside, and surveillance images captured in the early morning hours and let her walk around the property, police added.
She is facing the charges of burglary of an unoccupied structure, theft and criminal mischief.