Landlord drives Hummer into renter's house
For all of you out there weighing the pros and cons of buying a Hummer, I’ve got one more reason that will surely tip the scales in its favour: you can drive it through houses. It may be a gas guzzler, but gas is down this week anyway, and surely romping through suburban walls is worth that little extra.
What ever happened to good old fist shaking and eviction threats?
Police have arrested a Newark area landlord who allegedly rammed his Hummer into a renter's house, claiming the tenants were behind on their rent.
New Castle County Police spokesman Cpl. Trinidad Navarro said the 30-year-old landlord crashed the SUV into a home on Lute Court in Harmony Woods about 3 a.m. Thursday.
A 50-year-old woman and her 53-year-old husband sleeping inside and were jolted awake by a loud crash and the house shaking.
Officers learned the man was the landlord and went to his home and saw the damaged Hummer with a pine branch stuck in the front bumper.
The landlord was charged with endangering the welfare of those inside, reckless driving and harassment, among other charges.