Bradley Faupel was arrested Sunday by Scottsdale police.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (CBS5) -
Scottsdale police say a man has been booked on drunk driving charges after crashing into a home Sunday night.
The Scottsdale Police Department said Bradley Faupel, 27, of Scottsdale was driving north on 94th Street toward Cactus Road when he crossed the median, hit another vehicle and then drove through a block wall into a back yard and hit the home.
Scottsdale police said there was minor damage to the home including broken windows.
The owners, an elderly couple, were home at the time, but were not hurt.
They called 911 and when officers arrived, police say, they found the driver under the influence of alcohol and laying on the ground about 23 feet from the truck.
Faupel was booked into Scottsdale city jail on DUI and aggravated DUI charges.
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