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Man charged with driving drunk into Hamilton store

Hamilton Police say a man drove a pickup truck Wednesday into this Hamilton Circle K store. Provided by Hamilton Police. Hamilton Police say a man drove a pickup truck Wednesday into this Hamilton Circle K store. Provided by Hamilton Police.
A view of the outside of a Circle K store in Hamilton where Hamilton Police say on Wednesday a man drove a truck into the store. Provided by Hamilton Police A view of the outside of a Circle K store in Hamilton where Hamilton Police say on Wednesday a man drove a truck into the store. Provided by Hamilton Police
of the outside of a Circle K store in Hamilton where Hamilton Police say on Wednesday a man drove a truck into the store. Provided by Hamilton Police of the outside of a Circle K store in Hamilton where Hamilton Police say on Wednesday a man drove a truck into the store. Provided by Hamilton Police
Robert Difiore. Provided by Hamilton Police Robert Difiore. Provided by Hamilton Police
HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) -

A Springfield Township man was arraigned in Hamilton Municipal Court Thursday a day after authorities say he drove a pickup truck while intoxicated into a Hamilton store, hitting a Hamilton man.

Hamilton Police say on Wednesday Robert Difiore drove his 2004 Ford pickup truck into the front door of the Circle K food mart on Pleasant Avenue in Hamilton.

As the truck drove onto the sidewalk and into the door of the business, the vehicle struck a 57-year-old Hamilton man, police said. He was taken to Fort Hamilton Hospital in Hamilton and then transferred to a Dayton area hospital in serious but stable condition.

Police charged Difiore with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol (a first degree misdemeanor) and aggravated vehicular assault, a three-degree felony.

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