The Casco man who was behind the wheel of a car that crashed last summer and killed a 4-year-old boy has been indicted on a manslaughter charge and other felony counts by a Cumberland County grand jury.

On Friday, a grand jury handed up four indictments against Michael S. Minson, 28, in connection with the crash. In addition to manslaughter, a Class A offense, he was charged with aggravated assault and causing a person’s death while his license was suspended or revoked, both Class B offenses, and Class C causing serious bodily injury after his license was revoked.

Police say Minson was driving a 1993 Honda Civic when it went off Route 11 in Casco just before 6 a.m. on Aug. 11. The car struck a utility pole, causing the vehicle to split in two.

Cameron Petersen died in the crash and his mother, Crystal Petersen, 26, of Gray, was critically injured. Crystal Petersen’s mother told the Portland Press Herald after the crash that her daughter faces a lengthy recovery and will likely never be fully recovered.

At the time of the crash, Minson was running late for his job at Dunkin’ Donuts in Naples and was passing other cars on Route 11, police said. Investigators for the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said speed was likely a factor in the crash.

About a month after the crash, Minson’s mother reported him missing. Minson lived with his mother, who told police she was concerned for his well-being.

In late September, Minson informed police he was OK and had been visiting friends in York County.

Minson was arrested Monday evening by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department and was being held at the Cumberland County Jail in Portland in connection with unpaid fines, according to jail officials.