MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee has been charged with one count of hit and run causing great bodily harm, two counts of hit and run causing injury and one count of second degree recklessly endangering safety after he struck two police officers and another man with his car at approximately 3 a.m. June 4 at 351 West Locust St., Milwaukee police said.
According to officials, 27-year-old Aaron Lumby was driving his car through a group of protesters on June 4 when he hit two cops trying to arrest a man. The person who was being arrested was dragged underneath the car for roughly 50 feet, police said. He was taken to the hospital and treated for multiple broken bones and road rash.
The two police officers sustained minor injuries.
If convicted, Lumby could face up to 26 and a half years in prison and fined up to $95,000.