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Burglary of an Occupied Residence and Retaliation
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Harris County Precinct 8
Phil Sandlin, Constable
16602 Diana Ln.
Houston, TX 77062

September 14, 2020

On Sunday, September 13, 2020 at 4:43 PM, Harris County Precinct 8 Deputies were dispatched to the area of El Dorado Blvd and State Hwy 3 in reference to a woman being followed home by an unknown male.

The complainant told Precinct 8 dispatchers that the male had been following her in a silver Ford SUV from the area of Scarsdale Blvd. near the Gulf Freeway. As dispatchers kept her on the phone while Deputies responded, the woman stated she was turning into a neighborhood and was still being followed by the man.

Upon arriving at a family member’s residence, located in the Camino South neighborhood of Clear Lake, the complainant exited the vehicle and ran inside the house.

The Defendant, later identified as 37 year old Anthony Quinn Hill, exited his vehicle as well and followed her to the front door of the residence. The complainant stated that Hill was attempting to enter the home by force through the front door.

Sgt. M. Ford and Deputy J. Glover arrived on scene and observed Hill standing in the front yard of the residence. Deputy Glover detained Hill for investigation. Upon speaking to Hill, he stated he met the complainant at a red light, where he attempted to give her his Facebook information. He stated when she drove away, he followed her home.

After speaking with the victim, it was learned Hill followed the victim for approx. 6.2 miles. She stated when she ran into the residence, Hill tried to enter the home by force. He was able to open the screen door and continued attempting to make entry into the wooden front door. Upon getting the door open, he made partial entry to the home before a male resident pushed against the door from the inside in an effort to keep Hill out of the residence.

The resident and defendant got into a brief struggle by pushing against the door from each side. Hill admitted to Deputies that he had a knife and marijuana in his vehicle and told them he had smoked “kush” earlier in the day. A search of his Hill’s vehicle led to the discovery of an open pocket knife in the driver’s side door. The Harris County District Attorney’s Office was contacted and a 2nd degree felony charge of Burglary of an Occupied Habitation with Intent to Commit an Assault was accepted. Hill was taken into custody and was transport to the Harris County Joint Processing Center.

While on his way to the jail, Hill became enraged and began kicking and spitting while yelling several direct threats against Deputy Glover’s life. This resulted in the DA’s Office accepting an additional 3 rd degree felony charge of Retaliation on a Public Servant.

At this time, Hill’s bond has been set at $75,000 for the Burglary charge and $50,000 for the Retaliation charge. At the time of this incident, Hill was out of jail on bond for a previous Aggravated Assault of a Family Member case (stabbing) and was on deferred adjudication for a Harassment of a Public Servant case.

Jason Finnen, Deputy
Harris County Precinct 8
Constable’s Office
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