Detroit, Michigan resident Jazzmine Victoria Ransey, 23, was arraigned for a hit and run car accident where she allegedly struck her boyfriend with her car. According to the Detroit Free Press, the accident took place in Mt. Clemens on North River Court, shortly after 11 a.m. on November 11, 2016 in the Clinton Place Apartments parking lot. Deputies and fire personnel were dispatched to the scene where they found the car crash victim, Ransey’s 41-year old boyfriend. The injured victim was quickly rushed by ambulance to McLaren Macomb Hospital where he was reported to be in critical condition. The hospital also confirmed Ransey’s boyfriend suffered from serious injuries consistent with being hit by a vehicle.
Jazzmine Ransey was identified as the main suspect after witness accounts placed her at the scene of the crime, running over the crash victim's head before fleeing. Local news has reported that when detectives contacted Ransey, she admitted to being involved in an altercation in the parking lot with her boyfriend earlier in the day. Upon further inspection of her 2002 Ford Taurus, it was reported that police found evidence that placed Ransey at the crime scene. Ransey was later brought for questioning at the Macomb County Sheriff’s office.
It was reported that Ransey was charged with one count of failure to stop at a crash causing serious injury.
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