Connor Hill caught texting while driving on revoked license

Connor Hill caught texting while driving on revoked license

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31-year-old Connor Hill was texting while driving his gray Toyota Tacoma without his seatbelt on I-65 North on February 19th. Officers observed this, activated their emergency equipment, and conducted a traffic stop. Hill yielded before getting off at the Rosa Parks Boulevard exit, where officers approached him and requested his driver’s credentials.  Officers checked Hill’s driving status and history, which returned with one revocation, a DUI out of Williamson County in March 2021, restricting his license to an interlock device. Officers then asked Hill if he knew about his revoked driving status. Hill told officers that he was unaware of the revocation and was told his DUI was resolved in 2022. Officers noticed no interlock device in his Tacoma as dispatch confirmed his driving status and restriction. Hill was taken into custody for driving with a revoked license.

Connor Hill (MNPD)
Connor Hill (MNPD)

Connor G. Hill of Roderick Circle in Franklin, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on February 19th, charged with revoked license. He was released on his own recognizance.

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