Timothy Farmer Gets Arrested After Driving His Ford Explorer Into A Home Because Of Dispute With Homeowner | October 17
Port Richey: Florida man Timothy Farmer was arrested after he purposely drove his car into a home because he was in a dispute with the residents.
According to reports, police were called to the home after one of the occupants called them there. When they arrived at the scene, deputies said they found Farmer in the front driver’s seat of a white Ford Explorer. Farmer was impaired, with bloodshot eyes, trouble walking and slurred speech.
The rear of the SUV was backed into a house, causing enough damage for the county to temporarily condemn it.
According to deputies, Farmer didn’t think anyone was home and had a “longstanding feud” with its occupants. One person was home, but uninjured. Deputies also said the occupant has an active restraining order against Farmer.
Timothy Farmer now faces charges of forced entry of a dwelling, criminal mischief, two counts of resisting an officer with violence, driving with a suspended license, DUI with property damage and violation of pre-trial release stemming from a 2018 arrest.
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