ASHTABULA, Ohio -- A $1 million dollar bond was set Monday for the driver who allegedly caused a crash that killed four people over the weekend.

Donte Conard, 48, is facing four charges of aggravated vehicular homicide.

The crash happened at West 58th Street and Adams Avenue around 11:30 p.m. Friday. All four victims were pronounced dead at the scene.

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Police say Conard was driving a Dodge Ram and ran a stop sign, hitting the family's Toyota Corolla while they proceeded through the intersection.

Conard suffered minor injuries in the crash.

The Toyota was driven by 18-year-old Giovanni "Gio" Miller. Nineteen-year-old Anastasia Smith and 47-year-old Michelle Holmes were also in the car, along with 22-month-old "Vanni Jr."

The Ashtabula post of the state highway patrol says either alcohol or drugs appear to have been a factor in the cause of the crash. Prosecutors on Monday said Conard has four previous convictions for driving under the influence.

The crash remains under investigation.

Family members have scheduled a candlelight vigil Monday at 7:30 p.m. where the crash occurred.