MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) - A man accused of backing a minivan into a mother and her child now faces three charges.
A warrant for two counts of failure to stop at the scene of a personal injury accident and a count of driving with a suspended license was issued Friday for Antonio Raglin.
Ragin was allegedly driving a minivan that backed up into 18-year-old Aireanna Currier, who was pushing her 1-year-old son Elijah in a stroller, on June 25 in the parking lot of Sam's Drink All on Getty Street in Muskegon.
Currier was pushed the to ground. Her son's stroller became lodged under the minivan and was dragged several feet by the van as it started to leave. The driver stopped just long enough for Currier to free her son from the stroller, and then took off again.
Neither Currier nor her son were seriously hurt.
The whole thing was caught on surveillance video. Police released that to the media on July 18, hoping to garner tips to find a suspect.
Police said Friday they had arrested a suspect.
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