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CAPTURED: Escaped work crew inmate Christopher Hill arrested in Prosser

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CAPTURED- December  6, 2017

Benton County Sheriff’s deputies and Prosser Police arrested Christopher Hill Monday night after spotting him at the Chevron Gas Station in Prosser. It appears he was headed out of the area. Instead, he was taken to the Benton County jail.

Hill escaped from a work crew last Wednesday. He was serving time for breaking probation on a felony meth bust. He will now face new charges related to his escape. DOC officers say he’s a prolific car prowler and burglar who has run from the law before — even hurting a police K9 during a chase.

WANTED BY DOC IN TRI-CITIES —
A work crew inmate is wanted in the Tri-Cities after the Department of Corrections says he brought drugs to the job — then bolted from officers after getting busted for it.

DOC officers say Christopher Hill escaped Wednesday and was nearly caught Thursday in Benton County.

He was on a work crew for breaking probation on a felony meth bust.

DOC officers say he’s a prolific car prowler and burglar whose run from the law before — even hurting a police K9 during a chase.

If you know where he’s hiding, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477), or use the P3 Tips App to submit your information.

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