Gladewater arrest warrant accuses man of stalking wife
From Staff Reports
May 1, 2013 at 11 p.m.
A Gladewater man was arrested this week on a warrant accusing him of stalking his wife.
The arrest warrant filed in Gregg County Court at Law No. 1 accuses Lanny Dale Hill, 47, of going to his estranged wife's home where he repeatedly hit the door while yelling obscenities at her.
On March 19, Shannon Hill called Gladewater police to report Lanny Hill was at her home in violation of a temporary restraining order issued as part of the couple's divorce, according to the warrant. Gladewater police issued a criminal trespass card against Lanny Hill, according to the warrant.
The warrant details other incidents on April 16 and 17.
On April 19, Lanny Hill allegedly broke a window in Shannon Hill's car. When he was stopped by police for reckless driving later, officers said they found a claw hammer and broken glass inside the vehicle, according to the warrant.
On April 26, Gladewater police arrested Lanny Hill for violating the temporary restraining order by being on Shannon Hill's property.
He was held Wednesday in the Gregg County Jail on bonds totaling $27,500 on charges of criminal mischief, criminal trespass and stalking.