The suspect of the hit-and-run of three University of Minnesota students in Dinkytown last week was taken into custody Thursday, Kare 11 reported.
On April 15, three University of Minnesota students were victims of a hit-and-run. Ben Van Handel, 23, of Appleton, Wis., one of the victims, died after being taken off life support just hours before the arrest was made, the Star Tribune reported.
According to court records, the suspect, a 29-year-old man from Roseville, had just gotten off probation from a drunken-driving conviction when the hit-and-run took place, the Star Tribune reported. Court records also state that the suspect has had previous run-ins with the law involving drunk driving and marijuana possession.
The suspect's identity will not be revealedd until he is formally charged which will be early Monday.