A man is in custody after he drove his car into the side of a northwest side house on Saturday night.

It happened in the 2600 block of Huisache around 5:00 p.m.

13-year-old Alex Ramirez was inside his house playing video games, when he heard something out of the ordinary.

"I heard this big crash, I don't know what it was, I stepped outside I didn't see [anybody], I didn't know what was going on," said Ramirez.

Ramirez discovered a 33-year-old man inside a black truck. The truck had been pinned in between the side of his mother's house and a tree.

He immediately tried to help the driver.

"I gave him the water and after a while he was dazed out and that's when I could smell the alcohol," said Ramirez.

Minutes later, the driver got out of his truck and headed toward a ditch. Police said he tried to cross it and failed.

When police arrived, they found the driver stumbling and incoherent, saying he was looking for his girlfriend.

After police did a field sobriety test on him and put him in the back of a patrol car, he apparently became agitated and started kicking the patrol car and yelling at officers.

Ramirez said he is shocked the driver appeared to have no remorse for the damage he caused to the house, or that he could have seriously hurt or even killed someone.

"I'm happy that they got him the guys gonna go to jail , he's going to have time to think, he's going to regret this you know," said Ramirez.

Police said the driver will be charged with DWI and failing to give officers information. Other charges are still pending.

The driver's name has not yet been released.