2nd suspect turns himself in for Durham hit and run that injured pregnant woman

DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) -- Durham Police said Saturday that the second person wanted in connection to a hit and run that injured a pregnant woman has turned himself in.

DPD said Teresa Christy Hooker, 33, turned herself in Thursday night. The second suspect, 26-year-old Devon Jarandz Edwards, turned himself in Saturday at the Durham County Jail.

The hit and run happened on Jan. 8 on Briggs Avenue and left Heven Rooks, 18, injured.

Rooks, who was eight months pregnant, was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Edwards is facing charges of felony hit-and-run resulting in serious injury, reckless driving to endanger, speeding (62 mph in a 25 mph zone), driving while license revoked, failure to register motor vehicle, failure to reduce speed and hit-and-run involving property damage (utility poles on Driver Street).

Hooker is facing charges of felony accessory after the fact and filing a false police report.

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