Michael MacKenzie Joyner, the Fort Myers insurance agent accused of running down three people in a golf cart with his sport utility vehicle after last year's ACE Group Classic golf tournament, appears in court Monday at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. Joyner, 53, is facing a charge of leaving the scene of a crash with personal injury, a third-degree felony. The maximum sentence, if convicted, is five years in state prison, Assistant State Attorney Dave Scuderi said. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Michael MacKenzie Joyner, the Fort Myers insurance agent accused of running down three people in a golf cart with his sport utility vehicle after last year's ACE Group Classic golf tournament, appears in court Monday at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. Joyner, 53, is facing a charge of leaving the scene of a crash with personal injury, a third-degree felony. The maximum sentence, if convicted, is five years in state prison, Assistant State Attorney Dave Scuderi said. Lexey Swall/Staff

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