A Lisbon man will not be spending any time in prison for driving away after a teenager was thrown from his moving pickup truck.

Twenty-one-year-old Bradden Crumrine was sentenced to 60 days in jail and three years of community control on two felony counts of failure to stop after an accident. Those 60 days in jail will act as part of that community control.

During his sentencing, Crumrine took the stand and explained everything that happened on the night of the incident stating that he was giving 16-year-old Ethan Hart of Lisbon, along with multiple other people a ride home from a party at the time of the incident.

When Crumrine rounded a curve, Hart was thrown from the bed of his truck and suffered serious injuries as a result.

Hart's mother then took the stand to explain how these injuries still impact her son to this day and that had the vehicle behind Crumrine's truck not stopped, Hart might not have made it.

"[Hart] continues to have left-sided weakness, seizures and eyesight problems that will still require future surgeries and medications," Hart's mother said.

A grand jury indicted Crumrine on four felony counts of failure to stop after an accident in Wayne Township on July 24, 2022. Two of those counts were dismissed.