A woman angry over her cable bill was booked into the Volusia County Jail after police say video caught her breaking into a cash register with a crowbar.Investigators say surveillance video shows 34-year-old Dahianna Serraty entering the Spectrum store in Orange City Tuesday. The woman heads for a customer service station, pries open the cash drawer with a crowbar, only to discover it was empty.The woman can then be seen walking to the next register, causing an employee and his customer to back away. Video then shows her pry open that draw and remove $510 and run out of the store. Police say an employee captured Serraty’s license plate and by the time she returned to her Deltona home, it was surrounded by sheriff’s deputies and she was arrested.Serraty appeared before a judge at the jail Wednesday.According to the arrest affidavit and employees at the store, Serraty had come in twice earlier in the day demanding a $103 cash refund for services she was no longer using. The employees said she was angry that she was going to have to fill out paperwork because cash refunds are not given out at the store.They say the third time she entered, she was yelling “Where’s my money?!” and said she was going to get it one way or another.Serraty was ordered held on $10,000 bond on charges of robbery and criminal mischief.

A woman angry over her cable bill was booked into the Volusia County Jail after police say video caught her breaking into a cash register with a crowbar.

Investigators say surveillance video shows 34-year-old Dahianna Serraty entering the Spectrum store in Orange City Tuesday.

Advertisement

The woman heads for a customer service station, pries open the cash drawer with a crowbar, only to discover it was empty.

The woman can then be seen walking to the next register, causing an employee and his customer to back away.

Video then shows her pry open that draw and remove $510 and run out of the store.

Police say an employee captured Serraty’s license plate and by the time she returned to her Deltona home, it was surrounded by sheriff’s deputies and she was arrested.

Serraty appeared before a judge at the jail Wednesday.

According to the arrest affidavit and employees at the store, Serraty had come in twice earlier in the day demanding a $103 cash refund for services she was no longer using.

The employees said she was angry that she was going to have to fill out paperwork because cash refunds are not given out at the store.

They say the third time she entered, she was yelling “Where’s my money?!” and said she was going to get it one way or another.

Serraty was ordered held on $10,000 bond on charges of robbery and criminal mischief.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Valentine’s weekend free food, deals: Save at Starbucks, Olive Garden, Papa John’s, Dunkin’ and more – USA TODAY

UPDATED: Some Valentine’s Day deals and special menu items continue past the…