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Charges Dismissed For Pork-Smearing Incident At Framingham Police Station

FRAMINGHAM (CBS) – Charges have been dismissed against an Ashland woman who smeared pork products at the Framingham police station and said "it's time to feed the pigs."

Lindsey McNamara was arrested in December after she walked into the Framingham Police Department, took raw bacon and sausage out of a Dunkin Donuts box and rubbed it around the area of the dispatch window.

Framingham Bacon
Police said Lindsey McNamara created this meat mess Dec. 26, 2014. (Photo credit: Framingham Police)

The Middlesex District Attorney's office confirmed on Thursday that a judge dismissed a malicious destruction of property charge against McNamara.

McNamara was ordered to pay court costs of $150 on a disorderly conduct charge.

Following the December incident, McNamara's mother told WBZ-TV her daughter is "going through a difficult time right now" and added that "she needs help."

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