Tullahoma Man Allegedly Takes Vehicles That Didn’t Belong To Him

Paul Harvey Hill intake photo provided by the Coffee County Sheriff's Department.

Paul Harvey Hill intake photo provided by the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department.

A Tullahoma man is facing several charges after he allegedly took two vehicles that did not belong to him.
Paul Harvey Hill, 36, of Carter Road is charged with habitual traffic offender, driving on revoked/suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident, five counts of theft of property and two counts of manufacture/sell/delivery and failed to give immediate notice of an accident. His bond was set at $106,500 and he is to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court Oct. 15.
On Sept. 12 Tullahoma Police learned that Hill had allegedly taken a 2002 Dodge Ram truck from a residence on Freeman Street. While the officer was searching for Hill he learned that he was wanted for taking a vehicle in Bedford County.
On Sept. 26 police were dispatched to Helen Street concerning the theft of a car. Hill had allegedly left in a gold Cadillac. That vehicle was later found on Ledford Mill Road.