A 33-year-old Boston woman is facing motor vehicle charges after she drove her car through a plate glass window at Edgartown Meat and Fish Monday night.

The store was closed at the time and no one was injured, including the driver and passenger, according to police.

Edgartown police said they responded to a call at around 6:30 p.m. Monday that a black BMW X5 had crashed through the window of the store at the Triangle. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Violetta Zharov, 33, of Boston.

According to the police report, Ms. Zharov had recently obtained her driver’s license and was practicing parking in the lot with a male passenger, identified in the report as Nicholas Carosa. Mr. Carosa was registered as the owner of the vehicle.

“[Ms. Zharov] said they came to Edgartown Meat and Fish Market to practice parking. [Ms. Zharov] said she was attempting to park between the lines when she got nervous and hit the pedal instead of the brake.” the police report said in part.

The report detailed extensive damage to the interior, exterior and roof of the building.

“It took out a whole eight-foot section of the exterior wall,” Edgartown Lieut. Chris Dolby told the Gazette Tuesday.

Ms. Zharov was cited for negligent operation of a motor vehicle and summoned to appear in court. Lieutenant Dolby said she will be expected to pay for repairs to the building.