Police say a man named Finest did not live up to his name Saturday night. Finest Pettis has turned himself in to face numerous charges after being involved in an incident that injured one person and left thousands of dollars in damages to cars and a restaurant in Lincoln.
Police were called out the IHOP restaurant at 27th and Superior about 8 p.m. to investigate a car that hit a building. A woman told officers that her ex-boyfriend chased her and two other people around in the parking lot in his car. One person was hit and suffered injuries that are not considered life threatening. After ramming the building, the suspect drove away.
The 22-year-old Pettis turned himself into police Monday morning. He was booked for three counts of attempted first degree assault, three counts of use of a weapon to commit a felony, criminal mischief, domestic assault, and theft.
Damage to the building is estimated at $10,000. Damages to two cars were estimated at a combined $5,500.
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