UPDATE, 02/23/2023, 5:19 P.M. – According to an incident report filed by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, the Popeyes manager says that Miller drove her SUV into the building after becoming angry that her order did not have any biscuits.

The manager says that prior to the crash, the mistake was corrected by giving Miller her biscuits, but the manager says that Miller was still not happy and “was already on ‘Papers’ and would drive her vehicle into the building.”

According to the incident report, a witness who allegedly waited in line with Miler told them to hurry and get their order “because she was coming back,” and an 18-year-old employee was allegedly standing near the front of the building when the vehicle driven by Miller crashed through the building and was almost struck by the SUV.

RICHMOND COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) – A woman is behind bars after allegedly driving her vehicle into a Popeyes building.

According to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, Belinda H. Miller, 50, allegedly used her vehicle offensively by driving it into the Popeyes on Walton Way on Saturday almost hitting another woman, who was standing inside the restaurant at the time.

According to the warrants filed, Miller allegedly drove her SUV through the left wall and doors of the building and continued to force her vehicle another four feet inside the building after the initial crash.

Authorities say she allegedly stopped only when the building debris allowed her SUV to go no further.

According to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, Miller was booked into the Charles B. Webster Detention Center on Wednesday, four days after the alleged incident.

According to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, Miller has been charged with Aggravated Assault and First Degree Criminal Damage to Property.