A Queens man was arrested after he allegedly plowed his automobile by way of a Long Island house early Thursday — wrecking the kitchen, cops stated.
Calogero Messina, 20, of Astoria, crashed his Volkswagen Golf into a house on Stratford Green in Farmingdale at 2:25 a.m, Nassau County Police stated.
His automobile flew by way of Fulton Street, crashed by way of a fence and onto Stratford Green, WABC reported.
It got here to a relaxation in Steve Laiosa’s front room, as he and his spouse slept upstairs, the house owner advised the community.
Photos present the automobile on its aspect, embedded within the wall of the kitchen, which was diminished to a shambles.
“My spouse began screaming like loopy,” Laiosa stated. “At that time, we actually didn’t know. It’s not the primary time somebody has crashed right here, so we thought it was out on the property someplace. I imply, who may think about that automobile may have come this far?”
Laiosa advised the station that regardless of the intensive harm, the motive force climbed out by way of the windshield and managed a getaway.
“I caught him on the aspect of the home, however he pulled away from me,” he stated. “But fortunately I used to be capable of give the police an outline, they usually discovered him.”
Police caught as much as Messina on close by Conklin Street, cops stated.
He was charged with fourth-degree felony mischief and leaving the scene of an incident, cops stated.
Messina — who was hospitalized with minor accidents — was launched on an look ticket and is predicted to reappear in courtroom on Sept. 22.
The circumstances main as much as the crash have been unknown Thursday afternoon.