Utica Woman Wanted By Police

A Utica woman is this week’s Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers Wanted Person of the Week. Police say 48-year-old Monica Hill of Utica is wanted on charges related to a domestic violence incident.

Hill is wanted on a Bench Warrant for Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd (class D felony), according to UPD Sgt. Mike Curley. Police say Hill was involved in a domestic incident that occurred at a residence in east Utica in August 2020.

MOHAWK VALLEY CRIME STOPPERS WANTED PERSON OF THE WEEK

Name: Monica Hill

Residence: Utica

DOB: Age 48

Race: White

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

Police added as a reminder that “everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.”

Authorities say, sharing this story with friends and family and on social media increases the chance of keeping our neighborhoods safe. Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers is 100% anonymous and cash rewards are given to people who deliver credible and accurate information which results in the arrest of wanted persons.

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Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers is a community based program that is 100% completely anonymous, allowing people to deliver tips privately without fear of retribution. Crime Stoppers also offers cash rewards to people who provide information that lets a suspect’s arrest.

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

1) Through this site by clicking submit a tip

2) Directly at www.p3tips.com

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

4) by downloading the Android app P3TIPS

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

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