Woman Suspected of Going on a Crime Spree is Arrested in Danville
Photo: Alexis Hill
DANVILLE — A woman suspected of going on a crime spree has been arrested by the Danville Police Department. She faces a litany of charges for crimes committed in the San Ramon Valley area.
She is believed responsible for vehicle burglaries on the morning of September 26. Police issued an alert with a detailed description of the suspect, asking the public to be on the lookout for her.
This is a classic example of how cultivating a police-community partnership pays off. A witness soon reported seeing the same petite woman entering a store in downtown Danville. Her image was also recorded by a store surveillance camera.
Standing 5 feet tall and weighing 125 pounds, Alexis Hill, 21 of Antioch, was taken into custody at 1:53 p.m. Hill was transported to the Martinez Detention Facility, where she remains in custody in lieu of $100,000 bond.
For her alleged actions, Hill presently faces a total of seven charges. Her charges include first-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit crime, and theft. In addition, she faces charges for petty theft, shoplifting under $950, possession of stolen
property and false identification.
Hill has accumulated several arrests on her growing rap sheet, including an arrest in August in Antioch for failure to appear to answer misdemeanor charges.
Hill was arrested twice last year. She was arrested for receiving stolen property in Antioch in April 2020. In October 2020, she was arrested in Antioch on burglary and other charges.
The first time Hill was arrested was in December 2019 for a theft in Dublin.