Driver Arrested After Slamming Into Eastern Ky. Home

A homeowner in Jackson County has a big mess to clean up after a car slammed into a house on Thursday morning.

State police say 19-year-old Tracy Miller was driving along U.S. 421 in Sand Gap, when he lost control of his car.

Miller's car went through a parking lot, then went airborne after hitting an embankment. State police tell 27 NEWSFIRST Miller's car then hit a parked car in a yard, before plowing into a home.

We're told that home has some major damage.

Miller is charged with driving and the influence and driving without a license. He's in the Jackson County jail.


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  • by Kendall Location: Breaks on Jul 11, 2008 at 12:25 PM
    wonder what clinic he came from...
  • by Anonymous on Jul 10, 2008 at 07:30 PM
    So you say put this guy in jail for 6 months (then he isn't working) then who will pay the damages. There should be some other type of puishment for these cases so the homeowner can get the big hole fixed at the drivers expense. Just putting him in jail is costing you and me the taxpayer alot of money and not helping the homeowner out either.
  • by JAN Location: pikeville on Jul 10, 2008 at 07:01 PM
    I sure hope this young driver gets his license taken away and has to pay for all the damages. This example should be looked at very very serious....Every drunk driver charge should have license taken away and at least a month in jail or 6 months community service ....

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