MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) - A man has been jailed in connection to Muskegon shootings early Sunday that killed three people and injured four others, though his role in the shootings at this point is unclear.
The Muskegon County Prosecutor's office confirmed Monday that firearms charges will be levied against Antonio Raglin, 20, who was booked in the Muskegon County Jail Sunday.
Raglin is facing charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm, lying to a police officer during the investigation of a violent crime, a felony firearms charge for allegedly committing a crime while carrying a gun, and being a third-time habitual offender.
Authorities have not identified him as the suspect in the murders outside the Elk's Charity Lodge, but confirmed he is being held in connection with the shooting investigation as a person of interest.
Raglin sustained a gunshot wound in the incident. His current condition is unknown.
Police continue to seek others connected to the 2 a.m. Sunday incident outside the lodge on Ottawa Street in Muskegon.
DuPree Barnes, Jacolby Brown, and Jalisa Love were killed in the shootings, family and friends of the victims confirmed. Barnes and Brown died at the scene. Love was run over by a vehicle fleeing the scene after she had been shot and later died at a hospital, police said.
Barnes and Brown were reportedly friends but had not come to the party at the lodge together.
Partygoers told 24 Hour News 8 the party was in honor of Julius Johnson, a 23-year-old man fatally shot in what prosecutors determined was a justified shooting by police.
Investigators are still trying to determine if the shootings were gang-related.
Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson told 24 Hour News 8 authorities need more witnesses to come forward. Dozens were at the scene when the shooting started, but left before police could interview them.
Muskegon authorities continue to seek tips from the public in connection to the weekend shooting investigation, so anyone with information is asked to call 231.724.6750 or Silent Observer at 231-72-CRIME.
Raglin is also being held for allegedly violating his probation and leaving the scene of an accident this summer. He was allegedly the driver of a minivan that struck a woman and her stroller, which was occupied by her 1-year-old child, in the parking lot of Sam's Drink All on Getty Street in Muskegon June 25.
The incident was seen on the store's surveillance video. 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 were issued against Raglin after this incident.
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