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Police in Massachusetts have arrested a woman who they say smeared uncooked bacon and sausage all over a police station dispatch window. Photo: NBC Police in Massachusetts have arrested a woman who they say smeared uncooked bacon and sausage all over a police station dispatch window. Photo: NBC
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -

Police in Massachusetts have arrested a woman who they say smeared uncooked bacon and sausage all over a police station dispatch window offering to "feed the pigs."

Framingham Police Lieutenant Harry Wareham tells Boston.com that Lindsey McNamara entered the station Friday morning with a Dunkin' Donuts box full of raw bacon and sausage. He says she approached an officer with a "great smile on her face" and said she was there to "feed the pigs." He says she then took the meat from the box and smeared it on the window. She was arrested and charged with malicious destruction of property.

The Boston Herald reports that a judge postponed her arraignment and ordered the 24-year-old woman to undergo a mental health evaluation.

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