Putnam County Sheriff's Office pursues carjacking subject


On April 6, 2021, Putnam County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to BOLO from dispatch at approximately 10 a.m. regarding a carjacking/possible kidnapping out of Cumberland County. The subject had been dropped off at the Monterey 301 exit at the McGugin’s Shell Station.

According to a press release issued by PCSO, it was later learned that the subject, identified as Noah Emmanuel Hill with a driver license out of Michigan, had wrecked a stolen vehicle out of Kentucky, in Cumberland County, near the Putnam County line. He then allegedly carjacked another vehicle with a female passenger, forcing her to drive him and drop him off to McGugin’s Shell Station, in Monterey. The subject then reportedly fled on foot from the Shell station

Putnam County deputies, Monterey police officers, Putnam County Air One, and Tennessee Highway Patrol located and arrested the subject near South Chestnut Street, in Monterey.

Hill was taken to Cumberland County Jail and charged with two counts of aggravated kidnapping, with a combined bond of $750,000, and DUI with an additional $3,000 bond.


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