Westwood Police arrested the two men Monday accused of with a car on Lexington Avenue last week.
Nicholas Verastegui, 18, was charged with aggravated assault and his father, Fred Verastegui, 45, was charged with making terroristic threats, according to Police Chief Frank Regino.
According to Regino, Nicholas Verastegui, and the jogger reached an intersection on Kinderkamack Road at about the same time. Verastegui, stopped his car short when the jogger entered the street, and the two began arguing. Verastegui, then sped off, and the jogger continued to Lexington Avenue.
Nicholas Verastegui, returned with Fred Verastegui,, who got out of the car and argued with the jogger, police said. After he returned to the car, Nicholas Verastegui, drove the car up a driveway to hit the jogger, who was on the sidewalk. After the victim slid off the hood of the car, the pair fled the scene. The victim was hospitalized with broken bones and later released.
Bail was set at $50,000 for Nicholas Verastegui, and at $20,000 for Fred Verastegui.