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1 charged after car crashes into Jellybeans Skate Center in Cary

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A Stokes County man is charged with driving while impaired after he crashed into Jellybeans Skate Center in Cary Sunday. (Jonathan Rodriguez, WNCN) A Stokes County man is charged with driving while impaired after he crashed into Jellybeans Skate Center in Cary Sunday. (Jonathan Rodriguez, WNCN)
CARY, N.C. -

A Stokes County man is charged with driving while impaired after he crashed into Jellybeans Skate Center in Cary Sunday evening.

Benjamin Watts, 28, of King, is charged with impaired driving and Cary Police say more charges are pending after he crashed into Jellybeans Skate Center on Buck Jones Road shortly after 5 p.m.

Cary Police say Watts was observed driving at a high rate of speed on Nottingham Drive near Whitehall Way. The officer then began to pursue Watts, who later crashed into the business.

Police say Watts was not injured and no one was inside the building at the time of the collision.

Watts was arrested at the scene.

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