MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) -- Muskegon County authorities are filing charges against a man in a weekend shooting at a social club that left a 20-year-old Grand Rapids woman and two 20-year-old Muskegon-area men dead.
Four others were wounded in Sunday's attack.
County Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Maat says 20-year-old Antonio Keshawn Raglin of Muskegon faces arraignment Tuesday on two firearms charges and a charge of lying to police.
He's also charged as a habitual offender, which could boost his prison time if convicted.
Maat says police continue to investigate Raglin's role in the shooting Sunday at Elks Charity Lodge.
Raglin already was facing prosecution on accusations that he left the scene of a June accident.
Those killed Sunday were Jalisa Love, Dupree Johnson and Ja'Colby Brown.