IONIA, Mich. (WOOD)—The brother of Michigan’s lieutenant governor could be heading to jail.
John Calley pleaded no contest Tuesday to reckless driving and failing to stop at the scene of a personal injury accident.
The charges carry punishments of 93 days and a year in jail, respectively.
The charges stem from an incident at a gas station south of Ionia on Jan. 28.
Surveillance video obtained by 24 Hour News 8 shows a woman grabbing onto the handle of Calley’s SUV, running along the vehicle, then losing her footing as the vehicle drives away.
The woman was dragged several yards; witnesses said the SUV also ran her over.
Calley told police he was angry with the woman for stealing $20 and prescription drugs from him in the past, but he didn’t know he had hit her.
In a separate case, Calley pleaded guilty to 3rd degree retail fraud, which carries a sentence of up to a year in jail.
Calley will be sentenced in Ionia County on Dec. 7.