The above screenshot shows a car that crashed through Cambridge’s BoConcept furniture store. BoConcept co-owner Anthony Goodh uploaded the video to YouTube.
The above screenshot shows a car that crashed through Cambridge’s BoConcept furniture store. BoConcept co-owner Anthony Goodh uploaded the video to YouTube.

Cambridge Police have arrested a man they believe drove through a Cambridge furniture store window early Saturday morning, according to the Boston Herald.

BoConcept co-owner Anthony Goodh uploaded security video of the crash onto YouTube. The video shows a car careening onto the Mass Ave. sidewalk and into the plate glass window at 2:38 a.m.. Within minutes, police, firefighters and EMS are seen in the video inspecting the damage.

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Goodh told the Herald that car damaged a table, chairs and couch along with the half-inch thick display window. He estimated the damage at $70,000.

Police arrested Jeremy Knight, 37, of Cambridge and charged him with operating to endanger, possession of a firearm and a drug charge, according to The Boston Globe.

Scalese can be reached at roberto.scalese@globe.com or via Twitter @BertoScalese.