US Marshals North Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force Arrest Fugitive

MEDIA RELEASE Date:                January 19, 2010 Time:                12:30 PM   The Levy County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force has received numerous complaints on Kendrick Hill for dealing in narcotics from his residence at 18530 NE 76th Street in Raleigh. The Drug Task Force did a control buy and purchased marijuana from Hill and obtained a search warrant.   On December 21, 2009, agents executed a search warrant at Hill’s residence and recovered approximately ½ a pound of marijuana.  Hill was not home during the raid but his wife, Yolanda Regina Hill was present.  Yolanda Hill was arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana more than 20 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a drug dwelling.   On December 30, 2009, drug agents obtained an arrest warrant for Kendrick Hill for sale of marijuana and possession of marijuana.  Hill is on felony probation and he is currently on the run.  Hill is a seven time convicted felon and has a past criminal history of resisting arrest and drug charges.    On January 15, 2010 the US Marshals Service North Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force located Hill at a Gainesville residence and he was arrested without incident.  Hill was arrested for the Levy County warrant. Upon Hill’s arrest he was in possession of over 21 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  Hill was transported to the Alachua County Jail.   Defendants:   Yolanda Regina Hill 18530 NE 76th Street Williston, Fl Black Female 10/02/72     Kendrick Jermaine Hill 18530 NE 76TH Street Williston, Fl Black Male 07/03/74 ###