Truck driver was drunk when he crashed into McDonald's drive-thru in Bentleyville, police say
A Texas man was arrested early Wednesday after state police said he was drunk when he crashed a tractor-trailer in Bentleyville, damaging a McDonald's, PNC Bank branch and a utility pole, among other things, according to a news release.
Scott Thomas Roberts, 49, was driving on Wilson Road at 2:15 a.m. when police said he crashed into the McDonald's drive-thru order station and entrance sign. The tractor-trailer pulled down wires attached to a utility pole and collided with a People's Gas line in front of a PNC Bank building, according to Trooper Michael Quinn.
It also crashed into a mailbox, height restriction poles and a sign in the PNC parking lot.
No one was injured, Quinn said.
Roberts is charged with four drunken-driving offenses and careless driving and reckless driving. He was being held in the Washington County Prison on $25,000 bail.
A May 18 preliminary hearing is set.