Police catch Beloit ‘Most Wanted’ criminal from 2014 hit and run

The driver in a hit and run causing injury from more than 5 years ago is finally caught and brought into court.

35-year-old Robert Conner III is charged with fleeing the scene of an accident back in 2014 that left two victims with head injuries.

One victim reported a 4-inch forehead laceration, while the other suffered a skull fracture and a traumatic brain injury.

Conner appeared on the City of Beloit’s “Most Wanted’ list for the crime.

Court Commissioner Larry Barton set Conner’s cash bond at a total of $1,000. Assistant District Attorney Alex Goulart argued for a bond condition to include no driving, but Barton disagreed.

Conner’s attorney expects him to remain in jail on a probation hold.

He also faces a lawsuit over the crash from American Family Insurance, which is seeking over $200,000 in damages.

Robert Conner appeared on the City of Beloit’s “Most Wanted” list for his 2014 hit and run.