A Wisconsin man is facing felony charges after he managed to get a minivan stuck wheels-first into a house.
The incident happened around 3 a.m on Thursday, June 28 in Newburg, Wisconsin, according to USA Today.
According to the charging documents, 35 year old motorist Alva Richards was speeding when he collided with a landscaping wall, launching the minivan into the air and leaving it embedded inside a home.
The homeowners, Annette Bienlein, 73, and her husband Ken Bienlein, 78, were not injured during the incident.
When officers from the Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office arrived on the scene, Richards was unconscious or in some other altered state inside the minivan. When he woke up, police say that he removed his seatbelt and tumbled more than a dozen feet to the ground.
Authorities later found marijuana and a grinder inside the minivan. Richards told police that he suffers from seizures and takes CBD gummy candies to control his symptoms. He also admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the day.
Richards has been charged with possession of marijuana and with recklessly endangering safety. He’s set to appear in court August 8.