According to the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department:
Antonio Castillo, whose age and address were not available, was arrested for DUI, criminal damage to property, fleeing and eluding, criminal trespass, unregistered vehicle, reckless driving, and driving while license suspended.
Castillo remains in Catoosa County jail with a bond set at $17,500.
Officers were dispatched to McOtis Drive in Fort Oglethorpe on in reference to a damage to property complaint in which a Hispanic male on a blue scooter had broken the windows out of two vehicles, and then fled the scene on the scooter, reports show.
“When I arrived on the scene, I spoke with the complainant, who advised me that her ex-boyfriend, Antonio Cas-tillo, had been driving back and forth in front of her house all day,” officer Matthew Ray wrote in the report. “She also stated that her neighbor saw him pull into the driveway and break the windows out of her blue 1999 Fort Con-tour and the windows of the second victim’s 2000 Ford F150.”
A second witness stated that he saw Castillo walk over to the vehicles and knock out the windows with a claw hammer that he had just taken from the storage compartment of his scooter, reports show.
Officers located Castillo a few minutes later, as he again was traveling down McOtis Drive on the blue scooter.
“Officer Walker attempted to stop Castillo, but he refused to pull over, at which time a short vehicle chase en-sued,” Ray said. “As Castillo turned onto Edgewood Circle to go to Cross Street, he was blocked in by pursuing offi-cers.”
Castillo also refused to comply with verbal commands with officers, which lead to him being taken to the ground and into custody, reports show.
Castillo was found to be under the influence of alcohol and did not have a valid driver’s license or registration for the scooter.
An estimated $902 worth of damage was done to the two victims’ vehicles.