Internet dating arrest who uses online dating
Mihlon told Patch that after Hill made contact with the women seeking employment, he would set up an interview with the women and would ask for cash up front after taking their information.In 2014, a Facebook page was created, detailing even more allegations against Hill. Bar exam money Years later, police in Maryland obtained an arrest warrant for Hill, who had legally changed his name to Gregory Davis Dutton.But for years, multiple jurisdictions in at least four other states have had warrants out for 35-year-old John Martin Hill’s arrest under various names.Authorities said more than once, he posted bail and vanished.According to Gwinnett County police, he was previously known as Gregory Dutton, Gregory Davis, George Hill, Maverick Mc Cray and Gregory Hill, and was wanted in Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey.‘Stop Gregory Hill’ West Long Branch police in New Jersey arrested Gregory Hill in 2011 on “several outstanding warrants and charged him with three counts of theft by deception,” according to Long Branch-Eatontown Patch, an online news site in that area.Gwinnett detectives said Hill has been in the state of Georgia for as many as two years.In the days leading up to the alleged online dating fraud, he was living in a Duluth apartment with to his name, according to Channel 2.
Gwinnett police confirm the man had legally assumed the name “John Martin Hill” when he moved to Georgia.
Before the day was out, he was behind bars in Franklin, Tenn., Pihera said.
According to police in Franklin, officers tracked Hill to a Marriott hotel May 21 acting on a tip.
The woman didn’t know Hill was already living in an apartment in Duluth with another woman and a child, according to police.
Police released a photo of Hill and asked for the public’s help to locate him.