Hill is accused of being high on cocaine when she caused a double-fatality crash last year. A passenger in her SUV and a man driving another vehicle were killed.
According to a motion to revoke bond filed by Prosecuting Attorney Colleen Williams, Hill failed a drug test on June 10, and admitted to her supervising officer that she had used drugs. The motion also alleges that she has failed to appear before her supervising parole officer, and that she was not living at her approved residence. She was ordered to surrender herself to authorities but is still at large.
The motion to revoke probation is based on the defendant’s drug use, the threat she presents to public safety and her alleged failure to comply and the new warrants issued against her. At a hearing before Judge Fred W. Crow III on the motion, she was ordered arrested and held until she could appear in court.
Hill, 26, also known as Brandi Hicks, is charged with two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide, posession of cocaine and two counts of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of cocaine.
Robert W. Harrison II, 40, and Stephanie J. English, 38, were killed on April 26, 2009, in an auto accident on Ohio 143. English was a passenger in an SUV officials later determined Hill was driving while under the influence of cocaine.
Hill allegedly struck two vehicles waiting to make left-hand turns, then went left of center into the path of Harrison’s truck. The truck burst into flames on impact. with Harrison trapped inside.
Hill and others were treated at regional hospitals for injuries from the accident.
At the time of her indictment in the double-fatality auto accident, Hill was serving time in Lisbon on unrelated drug charges. When she was released in March, she was released on a personal recognizance bond of $1,000, a $25,000 appearance bond and $10,000 surety bond. She had retained Pomeroy Attorney Charles Knight.