MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) - A man who is being called a person of interest in a case involving three fatal shootings was arraigned Tuesday morning in Muskegon County District Court.
Antonio Raglin, who police are not calling a suspect in Sunday’s early morning shootings, was charged with possession of a firearm, lying to a peace officer during a violent crime investigation, felony firearm and being a habitual offender.
Police said Raglin, who was one of seven people who were shot at the Elks Lodge on Ottawa Street, was seen on video with a gun.
The judge set his bond at $200,000 in that case.
Raglin was also arraigned in an unrelated misdemeanor case stemming back to an incident that occurred on June 25 in a parking lot on Getty Street in Muskegon.
In that case, police said he backed a minivan into a woman walking with her child in a stroller. Raglin then drove away after stopping briefly as the woman grabbed her child, who was dragged a short distance in the stroller through the parking lot. Neither the woman nor her child were seriously injured.
Raglin was charged with failing to stop at scene of an accident, failing to stop at a personal injury accident and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license in that case.
The judge set his bond at $20,000, which is a higher bond than usual for the charges, due to Raglin’s previous failure to appear in court.
Raglin’s family was present at the arraignment, but did not speak publicly.
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