BLEVINS, AR – Law enforcement is seeking the community’s help in a manhunt that started in Blevins Saturday night after a local man allegedly tried to shoot his wife.
According to Hempstead County Sheriff James Singleton, John Lindell Hill, 57, of Blevins, had a warrant issued for him Friday night after he allegedly took several shots at his wife’s car, hitting it multiple times, as she attempted to flee from him.
Hill is described as a white male; 57-years-old; 5’10” tall; 190 pounds; with black hair and brown eyes. His last known address is 205 Hempstead 256 in Blevins.
Hill is currently wanted for domestic battery 3rd degree, attempted murder, aggravated assault on a family or household member, terroristic act and possession of a firearm by certain persons.
Hempstead County Deputies, officers from the Hope Police Department SRT (Special Response Team) and Arkansas State Police responded to the area where they searched for him for several hours. Deputies had a warrant for his house but did not locate him at the residence. The hunt continued Saturday morning unsuccessfully prompting the Sheriff to reach out to the community for help finding him.
Sheriff Singleton asks that if anyone has information about Hill’s location, to contact law enforcement by dialing 911. He should be considered dangerous.