Attorneys claim Griffin backed his car into reverse and drove over MacNaught so he wouldn't file a police report. MacNaught died a short time later. Griffin's family said they are devastated.
"I just want to say I'm sorry to the family, my deepest sympathy to the family. I really am. I really am 'cause I know that's somebody's son," said Eyvonne Griffin, suspect's mother.
Griffin is also charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident and driving with a revoked license. If convicted, he could face 14 years in prison.