Hill’s defense team has asked for a continuance in his case for the past few weeks.
Upon review of the CCDC inmate information, it appears that Hill is only formally being charged with one count of Attempted Burglary and one count of Possession of Burglary Tools, instead of the multiple counts he was arrested on. However, the MLN received some information that explains why.
According to the Las Vegas District Attorney’s office, Hill agreed to waive his preliminary hearing and “be bound to District Court under negotiations that he would plead guilty to a charge of Attempt Grand Larceny.”
“Every case is different and we have to charge according to what we believe can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt,” added Tess Driver, Executive Assistant in the DA’s Office.
According to the CCDC website, Hill’s next hearing for this case is on Thursday, April 30 at 1 p.m.
Mesquite Police Detective Sergeant John Woods stated to the MLN that there is an additional case that encompasses an estimated 14 other charges that has not been completed yet. The MLN will post more information as it becomes available.