Police investigate after a car crashed into Rivalry Alehouse at 945 Main Street in Antioch Friday evening. | Photo: Elizabeth Tackett

Police arrested a driver for driving under the influence after the man crashed into a light pole and then into a restaurant in Antioch Friday evening.

The Antioch Police Department received multiple 911 calls around 11:41 p.m. Friday for a vehicle that crashed into a building at Rivalry Alehouse, 945 Main Street.

No pedestrians, patrons or workers inside the business were injured, police said.

An investigation showed Nicolas Placko, 39, of Antioch, was driving a Cadillac CTS eastbound on Lake Street.

He continued through the intersection at Main Street and struck the light pole and then the building, police said.

Police investigate after a car crashed into Rivalry Alehouse at 945 Main Street in Antioch Friday evening. | Provided Photo

Placko was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and received several other traffic-related citations.

Placko has a scheduled court date in Lake County on December 2.

The Village of Antioch Building Department responded to the scene to check the integrity of the building, police said.

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A board-up service was called to frame the broken windows and entry door.

The owners of the Rivalry Alehouse are in the process of obtaining an estimate of the damage.