A 27-year-old man was arrested Friday morning after he crashed a truck into a Wausau home's gas meter just before midnight Thursday, according to Wausau Police.
Officials say the driver, Jacob Jackson, left a bar on 3rd Ave. in his girlfriend's truck.
He was heading northbound on S. First Avenue when he hit a parked car, pushing it a few hundred yards down the road. Authorities say, Jackson's truck hit a gas meter on the side of a home, but only caused cosmetic damage.
The home's owner, along with a few other people kept Jackson on scene until law enforcement arrived.
"We convinced him to get in the driveway, tried taking off, so we held him on the ground until police got here," said Allen Eckes, the home's owner.
Jackson was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
Officials say speed and alcohol are believed to be factors in the crash.
Jackson arrested for his second OWI, misdemeanor bail jumping, and he was issued multiple traffic citations. He was booked in the Marathon County Jail on Friday morning, and later released. No charges have been filed.