‘I don’t have time for this,’ Cobb mom says while fleeing traffic stop

A Marietta woman is accused of fleeing from a police traffic stop with her child in the car, almost crashing as she sped off.

Treena Myles faces a felony charge of first-degree child cruelty and misdemeanor counts.

A Marietta police spokesperson wouldn’t say more than what a warrant details about the Sept. 19 traffic stop because the alleged crime involves a child.

Myles was pulled over about 1:30 p.m. for driving 65 mph, which is 20 above the speed limit, on Barrett Parkway with her baby strapped into a rear-facing car seat, according to the warrant.

Police said Myles didn’t pull her car over immediately and gave a false name to the officer that stopped her.

She refused to give the cop any identification and then said “I don’t have time for this” before speeding off.

Myles cut around cars in traffic and almost into the path of a FedEx truck, cops said.

As of 3 p.m. Wednesday, Myles hadn’t been booked into Cobb County jail, according to a sheriff’s office spokesman.

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