A Florida woman has taken the crime cake this week after she was accused of breaking into a Boynton Beach PD substation and raiding the fridge before leaving her wallet at the crime scene.
BBPD officers noticed a workspace out of place on the morning of January 3, observing that one of the building’s windows had been broken.
Upon further investigation, officers discovered that two meals were pilfered from the refrigerator, with clues left behind in the form of a wallet- identifying Yvelande Jean-Pierre as the culprit.
Examining surveillance footage, the police saw Jean-Pierre enter the substation in the early hours, going to where the broken window was discovered. Not long after, she was seen climbing over a gate and exiting the compound.
According to arrest records, police claim Jean-Pierre denies ever being in Boynton Beach, let alone raiding a police substation for chow. Upon giving consent to look at her phone, police discovered that she had been in the area during the time of the burglary, and therefore was not being truthful.
Jean-Pierre has been charged with burglary to an unoccupied structure, theft and criminal mischief.
On Twitter, BBPD roasted Jean-Pierre with a photo of the filthy microwave she left behind.
1st mistake – breaking into our substation. 2nd – eating Agent Berben’s chicken & asparagus. 3rd – leaving her ID behind. Today, we charged Yvelande Jean-Pierre w/burglary to an unoccupied structure, theft & criminal mischief. Read the arrest report: https://t.co/ZqLrYMKgKc pic.twitter.com/bg5Y7LGS2c
— Boynton Beach Police (@BBPD) January 9, 2019
“1st mistake – breaking into our substation,” the agency wrote. “2nd – eating Agent Berben’s chicken & asparagus. 3rd – leaving her ID behind.”
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