GROVE, Okla. –  A driver with a heritage of motor violations is accused of crashing a relocating truck into a Grove enterprise Monday afternoon and harming encompassing businesses, according to Grove Law enforcement Main Mark Morris.  

Cody L. Coughran, 47, Grove, was arrested for driving beneath the influence and driving with a suspended driver’s license, Morris said.

Morris claimed Coughran was taken care of and produced from Integris Grove Normal Hospital.

“The U-haul truck came from driving Charlie’s Chicken (resturant) around a four-foot embankment and hit Re/Max,” claimed Grove Fireplace Main Mike Reed stated referring to the authentic estate organization creating.

The Re/Max building, a stucco and brick making situated on Primary Street, was unoccupied as well as two adjacent corporations that also sustained problems in the crash, he explained.

The injury to the Re/Max developing was “substantial,” Reed stated.

The Re/Max setting up is next to a restaurant, which received insignificant destruction, and a liquor store, which has some walls broken, he said.

The crash occurred around 2:30 p.m.

Coughran has a background of drug and alcohol offenses and five past prison situations in Delaware County District Courtroom for driving with a suspended licence, on the internet information display.