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They drove over a father and son at Harris Teeter. Now one faces charges, cops say

Noah Llambias, 21, is facing multiple charges in connection to an April hit-and-run incident that left a father and son seriously injured outside a Harris Teeter in south Charlotte.
Noah Llambias, 21, is facing multiple charges in connection to an April hit-and-run incident that left a father and son seriously injured outside a Harris Teeter in south Charlotte.

A 21-year-old man is facing multiple charges in connection with an April hit-and-run incident that left a father and son seriously injured outside a Harris Teeter in South Charlotte.

Noah Llambias turned himself in to police Thursday, officials said.

Police say he was in a Volkswagen Passat that hit the father and son outside of the store on April 17.

Someone in Llambias' group had just robbed the Harris Teeter of a case of Bud Light, and hopped into the passenger side of the Volkswagen to flee the scene.

The car hit 41-year-old Nathan Green and his 4-year-old son as it attempted to get away. Both victims were hospitalized with serious injuries, and the collision fractured Green's skull, police said.

Llambias faces multiple charges for assault with a deadly weapon and aiding and abetting larceny, according to jail records.

Police are looking for two additional suspects, 21-year-old Isaiah Staley and 20-year-old Ralph Hall.

Staley has a warrant for leaving the scene of an accident with serious injury, while Hall is wanted for leaving the scene and larceny, police said.

LaVendrick Smith: @LaVendrickS
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