An anonymous tip to police led to the arrest Tuesday of a man wanted in connection with a robbery and high-speed chase late last year in Havelock.
Daryl Hill, 25, of Havelock, was arrested without incident at a private residence in the city, Havelock Police Chief G. Wayne Cyrus said.
Hill has been charged by Havelock Police with felony flight to elude by speed, aggressive driving, felony accessory after the fact, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting a public officer, reckless driving (wanton disregard) and no operator’s license.
In addition, Hill is jailed under a $100,000 secured bond for failure to notify authorities of a change of address as required in his parole for having been convicted of a sexual offense and for removal of the GPS monitoring device he was required to wear that allowed his parole officers to track his whereabouts. N.C. Probation and Parole brought those charges.
Hill’s charges stem from an incident that occurred on Nov. 28 at 4:51 p.m. in which a man was allegedly robbed of a cell phone. The three alleged perpetrators fled the scene in a vehicle driven by Hill, according to police at the time. He led police on a high-speed chase on N.C. 101 and fled from officers after the chase ended on Temple’s Point Road in Harlowe. One person, Marvin Lovell Norris Jr., was apprehended at the time, but Hill and another still unidentified man fled the scene. Hill reportedly removed his GPS monitoring device to elude police.