Modified: April 6, 2016 9:27am
Buffalo, NY – Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports Deputies pulled over a vehicle after observing multiple vehicle and traffic violations along South Park Avenue in the City of Buffalo Monday afternoon.
As Deputies, assigned to the GIVE Grant detail, investigated the driver, it was discovered that Quentin Hill, 38 of Buffalo, was operating the vehicle without a license. Subsequent to the aggravated unlicensed operation arrest, Deputies placed Hill in a patrol vehicle where he tried to dispose of approximately 10 grams of crack cocaine in the back seat of the vehicle and later during processing; Narcotics Detectives discovered an additional amount of crack cocaine concealed in his buttock area.
Hill was additionally charged with felony counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession with intent to sell and attempting to conceal evidence. The defendant was also issued traffic tickets for failing to stop at a stop sign and a window tint violation.
Hill is currently out on bail for three recent felony drug arrests, one arrest from Cheektowaga Police Department and two separate arrests from the Erie County Sheriff’s Office. He is held at the Erie County Holding Center pending his arraignment in Buffalo City Court.