GLENDORA — A man is accused of drunken driving after crashing a pickup truck and damaging the front of a Glendora home, authorities said.
The crash took place just before 2 a.m. in the 200 block of West Bennett Avenue, Glendora police Lt. Matt Williams said.
Daniel Barron, 32, was allegedly drunk when he crashed his pickup truck through the fence of a home, damaging brick work and toppling a tree over onto the residence, the lieutenant said.
The home’s porch and exterior were damage, and a window was smashed, according to police and video footage of the aftermath posted by the homeowner on YouTube.com.
“Some nice but over served gentlemen decided to redo the front of our home,” read a caption the accompanied the video.
Barron’s passenger, a 27-year-old Fontana man, was also arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public, Williams said.
Both men were released later in the day with court dates, records show.
No injuries were reported.