New details came out about the driver who plowed into an Oregano's Restaurant a couple of months ago.
The driver ran down two women, one of them lost her leg in the crash.
According to the police report, the driver had two vodka drinks at a bar before the crash, and two beers right after the crash.
Glendale Police say 58-year-old Frank Kitko Junior was driving under the influence when he drove his sport-utility-vehicle into two people and took out a portion of a wall at the restaurant.
Police say Kitko even admitted he shouldn't have been behind the wheel.
In May, a Chevrolet Suburban crashed, leaving a gaping hole in a popular Glendale restaurant. The accident left several people hurt in the aftermath. It happened during dinner time where several witnesses called for help.
"Really all I saw was a big SUV, it just kept rolling into the restaurant and hit a woman," said a 9-1-1 caller.
Two women were run over by the SUV, one of the victim's legs was severed during the crash. They were attending a family celebration at the restaurant.
"We have a nurse here, and an EMT with her, but we need people here now," said the caller.
"How many people are involved," asked the dispatcher.
"I see one woman on the floor, I don't know where the driver is right now, and I see one woman down over here," said the caller.
The man who police say is responsible for the injuries, 58-year-old Frank Kitko Jr. According to police Kitko, was crying and apologizing at the scene, admitting to one officer "I should not have been driving."
Kitco had a medical boot on his right foot, he told police the boot got stuck when he stepped on the accelerator, as he was parking in a handicapped spot in front of the restaurant.
The officer observed Kitko's eyes as being bloodshot and watery. Kitko told him he had two vodka drinks at another bar before driving to Oregano's and admitted he also had two beers right after the crash.
Police also noticed an open bottle of vodka on the floor of the SUV.
Kitko told police he was on prescription medical that included fentanyl for pain, an anti-depressant, and an antibiotic.
A portable breath test showed Kitko's blood alcohol content level at .124, above the legal limit.
Kitko was arrested, cited, and released. Glendale Police submitted charges to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office; they include two counts of aggravated assault, DUI, and reckless driving.
Kitko does have a prior arrest; court records show he was arrested for impersonating a peace officer in 2014.