Woman accused of breaking into restaurant to make salad, ruining $500 worth of food items
A woman was arrested after being accused of breaking into a restaurant over the weekend.
According to a warrant obtained by Channel 2 Action News, on Saturday at 1:55 a.m., Rome police officers were called to the Harvest Moon Cafe about a woman who had entered the store.
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Police said 23-year-old Callie Elizabeth Thweatt somehow got inside the restaurant after it had been closed and opened the food coolers.
Thweatt then made a salad. Officers said she touched several food items with her bare hands, rendering those ingredients no good.
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Officials said the total value of the food items was $500.
Authorities did not specify what ingredients Thweatt put in her salad.
She was charged with theft by taking.
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