CLEVELAND - A driver caused heavy damage to the front of Dominos Pizza in Cleveland Wednesday night, and also may have damaged numerous vehicles in the city.<br />
Cleveland Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt said the driver drove into the front of Dominos in Village Plaza on South Main Street, then left the scene.<br />
"The front window of Dominos, he rammed it," Pruitt said by phone. "The two plate glass windows are broken, and the front door."<br />
The unidentified man, now in police custody, also is believed to be responsible for ramming vehicles on both Bryant Street and Whitehall Commons in the city, Pruitt said.<br />
The incidents happened around 10:30 p.m.<br />
Pruitt was unsure how many vehicles were damaged and referred that to Cleveland police, who continue to investigate the incidents and process the scenes.
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