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Toledo man arrested for beating, kidnapping back in Wood County

Clint Hill, courtesy Walbridge Police Clint Hill, courtesy Walbridge Police
WOOD COUNTY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

The Toledo man charged with abducting and assaulting a Walbridge woman is back in northwest Ohio.

Walbridge police say Clint Hill assaulted a pregnant woman in front of her children two months ago.

And then forced that woman and her children into a car with him.

Police say Hill released them, and then went on the run.

He was arrested late this week in Elyria.

He is now behind bars in Wood County and is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday.

Earlier in the week, Hill was tracked using Facebook to an Elyria, Ohio residence.

Vermillion Police tracked Hill's location and communicated the information to the Elyria Police Department.

According to the police press release, residents of the home on South Abbe Road, Jenna Yeo and Billy Tolley, met police at the door and denied Hill's presence in the home. They granted police permission to search.

Upon entering the residence, police located Hill stepping out of a closet. He surrendered and was taken into custody. The police also arrested Yeo for obstructing official business.

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