A Brooklyn man has found himself in the Ocean County Jail after his driving ended up causing some property damage.

Brick Police responded to a pair of homes near Beacon Avenue and Round Avenue at 1:21 am on Tuesday morning for a motor vehicle crash after being informed a residence had been hit by a vehicle.

Through an on-scene investigation, police learned that 29-year old Zhen Wang of Brooklyn struck a fence, a residence, an above ground pool and a parked car before finally stopping after hitting a second residence.

Police said that both homes sustained structural damage and that the residences were inspected by the Brick Township Building Department and Fire Department.

Wang "appeared to be delirious and acting erratically" after the crash and police believed  he was under the influence of CDS.

K9 Echo arrived on scene with his partner/patrol officer and found a bag containing approximately four ounces of Ketamine and drug paraphernalia.

Wang was then arrested and brough to Brick Police Headquarters for processing where he was charged with possession of CDS, Use or possession with the intent to use CDS and manufacturing, distributing or dispensing CDS.

Brick Police said that Wang was also given motor vehicle summonses for Careless driving, uninsured motorist, reckless driving, driving under the influence of liquor or drugs, failure to possess registration and operation of a motor vehicle while in possession of a narcotic.

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