The Connecticut man faces a felony assault cost.

The driving force who smashed right into a Port Chester home on Saturday did so after deliberately ramming his automotive right into a village man, police stated.

Andre Laron Moore, 25, faces a felony cost of first-diploma assault for allegedly driving a 2007 Jeep Cherokee right into a 28-yr-previous man on function, Port Chester police stated. Moore is being held on the Westchester County jail on $10,000 bail and is scheduled to be arraigned in Port Chester Village Courtroom right now, police stated.

Moore, a resident of Bridgeport, Connecticut, left the sufferer hospitalized with accidents that have been critical however not life-threatening, police stated.

CRASH: Jeep smashes into Port Chester home

The incident occurred at 3:09 a.m. Saturday, when Moore drove into the man with such force that the Jeep crashed through the front wall of a home at 533 Willett Ave., where the man was pinned between the front passenger side bumper of the Jeep and an interior wall of the home, police said.

Responding officers found the black Jeep protruding from the side of the house, police said. Port Chester firefighters removed the man, who was conscious but was having trouble breathing, before he was taken to Westchester Medical Center.

Firefighters were able to rescue a man who was pinned against an inside wall after a Jeep crashed into his home. (Photo: Submitted)

Police received reports that three people fled the Jeep, and officers from Rye Brook, Rye and Westchester County helped search for the occupants.

At 3:58 a.m. Rye police received a 911 call from Moore, who claimed to be the driver of the Jeep, police said. He said he was on Edison Place in Port Chester, where police arrested him.

Port Chester police did not say if anyone else was taken into custody, or if they are searching for anyone else in connection to the crash.

Port Chester police said they are also investigating a 3:45 a.m. call they received from the Stamford Hospital emergency room, where the staff was treating a man who claimed to have been stabbed near Putnam and Willett avenues in the village, a few hundred feet from the crash site.

Police were trying to determine if there was a connection between the crash and the stabbing. Anyone with information on either incident is asked to call police at 914-939-1000.

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