An Indianapolis man was arrested after police said he crashed his vehicle into a family’s garage on the city’s southeast side. William Kise, 41, was arrested on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and reckless driving.
At approximately 10:13 p.m. on Thursday, officers with the Indianapolis
Metropolitan Police Department responded to the crash. The homeowner, Mark Higgins, told authorities he was home watching
the Colts game with his wife, Rachel, and their four children, when he heard the
When Higgins went outside to see what was going on, he discovered
a 2004 Mustang GT in his garage. Police said the crash’s impact was so hard that
it pushed the family’s two vehicles to the other side of the garage. Higgins told authorities Kise exited the vehicle and offered him pizza. When
police arrived, they noted there was a pizza box and Tabasco sauce on top of the
According to the police report, an officer stated Kise
had Tabasco sauce all over his pants and the odour of alcohol on his breath. It
was also reported Kise’s speech was slurred and his eyes were red. Kise
told the officers he was at a friend’s house and had five beers. He said he was
driving and eating a piece of pizza, when his foot got stuck between the gas and
brake pedal. Police said Kise consented to a breathalyzer test and blew
a .077. Damage to the Higgins’ home is estimated at $30,000.
With news video.