A Rome woman who police said left the scene of a wreck before leaving four young children behind turned herself into authorities Tuesday. Jasmine Deechell Conner, 26 of Rome, is charged with four counts of second degree cruelly to children, possession of marijuana, interference with custody, driving without a license, two counts of possession of drug related objects, four counts of reckless conduct, failure to report an accident, failure to yield, and four counts of safety belt requirements for not having the children restrained.
Jasmine Conner, 26 of Rome, is being sought by police following a wreck that occurred on March 31, 2016. Reports said that Conner was turning left at Riverside Parkway and Tuner McCall Boulevard her car was struck on the front right side by a 1997 GMC Suburban driven by James Hamrick, 74, of Rome, and in the back by a 2009 Nissan Altima driven by Bailey Camp, 16, of Calhoun.
Reports said that after the wreck Conner took four children, all under the age of 5, a nearby business and left them before leaving the scene.
Police said that it appeared that none of the children were wearing seat belts or in car seats at the time of the crash.
None of the adults were injured.