SALEM, N.H. (AP) – Police say a man drove his car at a friend in Salem, N.H., after the two argued over a $10 bar tab.

Twenty-three-year-old Andrew Monzon of Andover, Mass., was charged with two counts of first-degree assault, reckless conduct and criminal mischief. Police said Monzon and a co-worker were out drinking on Friday, and the two went to the co-worker’s house early Saturday.

Police said the two began arguing over a $10 bar tab. Monzon drove his car, hitting the co-worker, causing him to flip onto the hood.

Police said Monzon left but returned and crashed into a garage door and light post and drove over lawn statues. Then they said the co-worker’s father came out and Monzon drove at him, striking him. The father suffered minor injuries.

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