CALIFORNIA FUGITIVE PAROLEE ARRESTED IN NATCHITOCHES PARISH

Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a fugitive parolee who absconded the State of California and had been in the Marthaville area over the past couple of weeks according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office.

On Wednesday, September 11, California Parole Apprehension Team contacted the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office requesting assistance apprehending 32-year-old Christopher P. Hill of Tulare, California.

Hill was wanted by the California Department of Probation and Parole on an outstanding warrant signed by a California Superior Judge on July 30 for Parole Violation.

California authorities received information that Hill absconded the State of California fleeing to Louisiana and was believed to be living or visiting friends in the 11000 block of La. Hwy 120 in Marthaville, La.

California authorities also provided deputies with undisclosed intelligence information on Hill that could possibly aid them in his apprehension.

NMJDTF agents also assisted.

During the course of the week, deputies conducted surveillance operations in the area.

On Monday, September 16, Deputies assigned to the NPSO Warrants Division made contact with Hill by telephone and asked him to come into the office for an interview.

At 3:40pm, Hill reported to the NPSO. He was arrested without incident.

Christopher P. Hill, was transported and booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with being a California Fugitive on Parole Violation charges.

Hill remains in the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center awaiting extradition to California.

Deputies E. Sowell and C. Taylor made the arrest.


One thought on “CALIFORNIA FUGITIVE PAROLEE ARRESTED IN NATCHITOCHES PARISH

  1. Great job b the Sheriffs office and all involved in this case .My only question
    if he was called in for an interview and he knew he was wanted why would he go ? he should have just fled.But I guess criminals aren’t the brightest.

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