Casper Police: Man was Driving 90 mph Before Crashing Into Home
A Ranchester man drove 90 mph on a Casper street, hit a car and parked fifth-wheel before running off the road and crashing into a home, police say.
Twenty-seven-year-old Steven Baker was arrested early Wednesday morning after the incident.
Police responded at roughly 12:30 a.m. Wednesday after a Chrysler 300 crashed into a parked vehicle, fifth-wheel trailer and a home. Baker allegedly told police he was "going like 90 miles per hour" and "being stupid" when he crashed the Chrysler into the home, according to an affidavit of probable cause.
A passenger in the vehicle was bleeding from the back of his head and had blood on his shirt.
Baker successfully completed standard field sobriety tests, but he was still arrested on charges of reckless endangerment due to endangering the life of his passenger.