Former Toledo economic commissioner Bill Burkett has been indicted on aggravated vehicular assault and vehicular assault by a Lucas County grand jury Wednesday.

This comes after the OVI charge against former Toledo economic commissioner Bill Burkett was dropped the same day. 

Burkett had been accused of driving under the influence when he hit St. John's High School student Noah Tolson while he was out jogging on May 14.

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Tolson spent nearly a month in a medically-induced coma after the crash due to swelling and bleeding on the brain.

According to court records, the charge against Burkett was dropped on June 12.

After the crash, Burkett resigned from the city of Toledo. He had been employed with the city on two separate occasions, most recently since 2014.