Two men were arrested after crashing a stolen car into a Westbrook apartment building Thursday morning.

Westbrook Capt. Sean Lally said a citizen reported a suspicious vehicle to the police department at about 5:50 a.m. Dispatchers checked the license plate number and learned that it was stolen from Portland.

Police followed the car before trying pull it over. The driver tried to get away by turning onto Giles Street, which is a dead end. He crashed the car into the side of the apartment buildling at 9 Giles St. and got out and ran. He was apprehended by a Westbrook officer and police dog.

The passenger in the car submitted to arrest without incident, police said.

Neither of the men in the car nor people in the building were injured, police said.

L to R: David Logugune and Fakhareldin Adam Westbrook Police Department

The driver was identified as David Logugune, 20, of Portland. He was charged with operating under the influence, theft by unauthorized use of property, refusing to submit to arrest, leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident, aggravated criminal mischief and operating without a license.

The passenger was identified as Fakhareldin Adam, 20, of Portland. He was charged with theft by unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of scheduled drugs, trafficking in prison contraband and trafficking in crack cocaine.

Both men were booked at the Cumberland County Jail.