(CNN) – A woman from St. Petersburg, Florida, was arrested on Monday and accused of having trafficked with food.
According to the Indian Shores police, Jung Soon Wypcha, the neighboring owner of the Indian Shores food market, used a shared bathroom to get to the ice cream shop five times in June. (Source: CNN)
Paul Chiulli and his wife, Beth, are devastated.
"Things like this can ruin our business and your life," said Paul.
Their company, Lu Lu's Ice Cream Shop, was the target of vandalism enough rude to make you feel sick.
"It breaks my heart," said Beth.
According to the Indian Shores police, Jung Soon Wypcha, the neighboring owner of the Indian Shores food market, used a shared bathroom to get to the ice cream shop five times in June.
According to information on the arrests, she allegedly pushed her fingers into the ice cream containers, took her nose and placed them in the ice cream.
On one occasion, she even urinated in a barrel machine for ice cream.
Police said all incidents were captured on a surveillance video.
Paul says it caused more than $ 2,000 worth of damage and the store was forced to close for a day to clean it up.
"We take this case very seriously and I know something has been tampered with," said Paul.
The owners of the ice cream shop say they think they have been targeted by Wypcha after an argument about shared parking.
"We did not even know that she was angry," Paul said. "But I guess it's parking and we're popular."
The glacier was forced to throw everything away and start all over again.
"It's a shame because they are very nice people," said customer Daniel Bozarth.
Paul says that they are extremely upset, but will not let that ruin their livelihood.
"We are part of this community and will stay and be part of this community," said Paul.
Paul says that they threw all the frozen treats in the store and that they were stocked with fresh produce.