1 arrested for OVI, child endangerment after crashing into Air Force Museum gate with child in car

A man was apprehended Saturday night and charged with OVI along with several other charges after he crashed into a gate at the Air Force Museum, according to Public Affairs Specialist Laura McGowan.

Lonnie McKibben, 26, of Beavercreek, crashed his car through the fence at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Area B around 11:24 p.m. with a small child in the car.

He was found on foot outside the property after climbing the fence from the top of his car, leaving it on the Museum’s property.

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McKibben was apprehended and charged with OVI, damage to government property, trespassing and child endangerment.

McKibben and the child were taken to Soin Medical Center for treatment.

No further information was immediately available.