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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - A family is cleaning up the damage after a car crashed into their Bent Bough Place home early Friday morning.
According to Lexington Police, a drunk driver lost control of his vehicle on Woodhill Drive, crashed through a fence and drove into the home. The vehicle entered the master bedroom of the home where the owner was sleeping.
"We were just in bed asleep and the next thing I know, I heard a big crash. I thought I was dreaming at first and I looked up and the entire wall was gone out of the bedroom, about three foot from my bed," said Billy Goens, the owner of the home.
Officials said they took two men into custody, including the driver 23-year-old Anton Williams. Police said he is charged with driving under the influence and wanton endangerment. The passenger in the car, 24-year-old Lamar Brazzle was also arrested and is charged with alcohol endangerment.
As of early Friday, police said they were searching for a third suspect.