Utica woman wanted by police

A Utica woman is Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers’ Wanted Person of the Week. Police say Monica Hill, 48, of Utica, is wanted on charges related to an incident of domestic violence.

Hill is wanted on a warrant for criminal possession of a third weapon (class D felony), according to UPD Sgt. Mike Curley. Police say Hill was involved in a domestic incident that occurred at an east Utica residence in August 2020.

MOHAWK VALLEY CRIME STOPPERS WANTED PERSON OF THE WEEK

Name: Monica Hill

Residence: Utica

Date of birth: 48 years old

Race: White

Police ask that calls and tips be made to the Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers tip line, anonymously at 1-866-730-8477.

The police added to remind that “everyone is innocent until proven guilty in court”.

According to authorities, sharing this story with friends and family and on social media increases the chances of keeping our neighborhoods safe. Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers is 100% anonymous and cash rewards are given to people who provide credible and accurate information that results in the arrest of wanted people.

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Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers is a completely anonymous, community-based program, allowing people to give advice privately without fear of reprisal. Crime Stoppers also offers cash rewards to individuals who provide information leading to the arrest of a suspect.

If you have any information about Hill, contact Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers. You can place a 100% anonymous tip in several ways.

1) Via this site by clicking on Submit advice

2) Directly on www.p3tips.com

3) By calling 1-866-730-8477 (TIPS)

4) by downloading the P3TIPS Android app

Crime Stoppers asks that tips not be submitted via Facebook Messenger. All tips must go through the tip lines.

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