Grand jury hands down multiple indictment against defendant

Grand jury hands down multiple indictment against defendant

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Lubbock grand jurors indict Micheal Boggio, 29, on an aggravated assault charge from the Lubbock police.

Court documents indicate Boggio used his Nissan to try and hit his mother's boyfriend in the middle of 26th street near Avenue P back in March. Prosecutors said Boggio struck his mother's boyfriend with the car, so she chased after him when he drove away. Investigators report Boggio ended up behind his mother during the chase and started chasing her, rear-ending her pickup twice, and forcing her to crash on 34th street. Boggio crashed into a utility pole. 

No reports of serious injuries. 

Boggio is also indicted on two charges from DPS for drug possession and a felon in possession of a firearm. Both charges were issues four days before Boggio's arrest in the crash. 

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