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Woman accused of running over boy on ATV makes court appearance

DENT, Minn. - The woman accused of running over a six-year-old boy with an ATV made her first court appearance Monday. Abigail Feist of Pelican Rapids is accused of hitting the boy and driving off without stopping. The six-year-old sustained mino...

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Abigail Feist

DENT, Minn. – The woman accused of running over a six-year-old boy with an ATV made her first court appearance Monday.

Abigail Feist of Pelican Rapids is accused of hitting the boy and driving off without stopping.

The six-year-old sustained minor injuries from the accident.

Feist has tentatively pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of criminal vehicular operation, misdemeanor criminal vehicular operation, misdemeanor failure to stop and misdemeanor of failing to notify the police.

A settlement hearing is scheduled for June 22.

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If convicted, the maximum sentence is three years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

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