(IRON MOUNTAIN, MI.)–An Iron Mountain man who was sentenced to prison in Wisconsin for injuring three teens in a traffic crash then fleeing police, has now been arraigned in Dickinson County District Court.
Twenty-Nine year old Anthony Robinson Jr. was arraigned on Tuesday. He was charged with delivery/manufacture of meth, fleeing a police officer, failure to stop at the scene of an accident, and habitual offender, 2 offense. Judge Julie LaCost denied him bail.
A preliminary exam is set for early October. The incident involving a car crash occurred in October of 2017, when he lost control of his vehicle, which struck an embankment and became airborne. The passenger car came down on a vehicle which was traveling East on Ludington Street, causing that vehicle to travel off the embankment and into a yard.
Robinson Jr. fled the scene on foot and officers were not able to take him into custody. He was later arrested in Marinette.
The three Dickinson County males in the eastbound moving vehicle had to be extricated and all suffered serious, but non-life threatening injuries.