A Hull man was arrested early Sunday morning after crashing into a home while allegedly driving drunk.
Hull Police responded to the crash on Phipps Street around 2:41 a.m. After authorities spoke with the driver, Thomas Maciver, 21, of Hull, and conducted a subsequent investigation, officers determined he had been driving while intoxicated, John Dunn, the department’s chief, said in a statement.
Two passengers in Maciver’s vehicle were transported to a local hospital following the incident, Dunn said. Their injuries are believed to be non-life threatening.
While searching Maciver’s car, police found “multiple miniature bottles of liquor, or ‘nips,’ that were unopened,” he said.
Maciver has been charged with operating under the influence of liquor and a marked lanes violation.
The home sustained damage to its front porch as a result of the collision, Dunn said. The town’s building inspector was called to the scene.