MARINETTE, Wisc. (WLUC) - The Iron Mountain man who injured three teens in a traffic crash and then fled to Wisconsin, has reached a plea deal for his Marinette charges.
28-year-old Anthony Robinson Jr. plead no contest to his charge of Battery or Threat to Judge, Prosecutor, or Law Enforcement Officer, a felony.
His other charges of Possession of meth, obstructing a police officer, and possession of drug paraphernalia were dropped as part of the plea agreement.
Robinson has not yet been charged for the crash in Dickinson County.
Back in October, Robinson lost control of his car, striking an embankment and becoming airborne. The car came down on a vehicle going eastbound on Ludington Street, causing that vehicle to go off the embankment and into a yard.
Robinson fled the scene on foot, and officers were not able to take him into custody. He was later arrested in Marinette Wisconsin.
The three Dickinson County males in the eastbound vehicle had to be extricated from the vehicle, and all suffered serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
All three were transported to Dickinson County Hospital System by Beacon and Integrity Care ambulance services.
Robinson will be sentenced in Wisconsin on April 16th.