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Man Held In Muskegon Shooting That Left 3 Dead

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MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) - A man accused of backing a car into a stroller with a child inside and dragging it a short distance this summer is now being held in connection with a social club shootout in western Michigan that left three 20-year-olds dead.

Muskegon County Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Maat said Monday that 20-year-old Antonio Keshawn Raglin is jailed on charges of leaving the scene of an injury accident and driving with a suspended license. The child wasn't hurt in the June dragging incident.

Maat says he'll be meeting with police about whether to charge Raglin in the Saturday night shooting at the Elks Charity Lodge in Muskegon.

Two men and a woman were killed and four others wounded. Maat says Raglin's role in the shootings remains under investigation.

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