Cartersville Police arrested a man after he struck a car and a house with a dump truck and fled on foot.

At around 8:30 Sunday night, a dump truck hit four mailboxes and a gray Toyota Camry on Douglas Street between Howard Street and McEver Street, a mailbox on the southwest corner of North Gilmer Street and Johnson Street, and slammed into the next-door house on Gilmer Street, which disabled the truck.

Witnesses say that the driver, who was a white male with brown hair and a beard wearing a pink polo shirt, blue jeans, and gray shoes, fled the truck on foot, jumped a fence, ran through the backyard of a residence, and jumped another fence where Bartow County deputies were waiting for him. Cartersville Police handcuffed him while he was lying facedown on the ground.

They identified the suspect as 27-year-old Skyler Artez Stevens of Cartersville, who had an active extradition warrant out of Michigan.

While at the Cartersville Police Department, Stevens reportedly became combative, and while an officer was placing him into the back of a patrol car to take him to the county jail, he allegedly kicked and threatened the officer.

Skyler Stevens faces charges of simple battery, obstructing a law enforcement officer, being a fugitive from justice, driving with a suspended license, failure to maintain his lane, hit and run, not notifying the owners upon striking fixtures, and driving under the influence of alcohol.