UPDATE: Benjamin Craig Sentenced in Leelanau County - Northern Michigan's News Leader

UPDATE: Benjamin Craig Sentenced in Leelanau County

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October 7, 2013 -

A hit and run in Leelanau County has been put to rest with the sentencing of the drunk driver.

Benjamin Craig pleaded guilty last month to driving drunk, leaving the scene of an accident and attempting to run from police.

He was sentenced on Friday to one year in the county jail plus two years of probation.

After 180 days he is eligible for the Community Corrections program.

Craig hit 14-year-old Carson Rosa in Leland on September 1, 2013 as Rosa was walking on Pearl Street with friends - he suffered a knee injury.

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