|Wife Missing, Husband Indicted|
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Tracy Marie Evans Hill
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: June 7, 2001 from Columbiana County, Ohio Classification: Endangered Missing Date Of Birth: December 29, 1976 Age: 24 years old Height and Weight: 5'2 - 5'3, 160 - 165 pounds Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair, brown eyes. Tracy's maiden name is Evans. Her nickname is Bear. She may be known as Tracy Evans or Tracy Hill. Tracy wears eyeglasses with brown wire frames or contact lenses; she did not have her contacts with her at the time of his disappearance. Her ears are pierced and she has a tattoo of the cartoon character Tweety Bird in yellow ink on the outside of her right ankle. Clothing/Jewelry Description: A white gold diamond solitaire engagement ring and a solid gold wedding band on her left ring finger, and a watch with a leather band and the cartoon character Tweety Bird on its face on her left wrist.
Details of Disappearance
Tracy was last seen in Columbiana County, Ohio on June 7, 2001. She went to her job at a machine shop, Duo Corp, in North Lima, Ohio. The job was a temporary one; she had been employed there for just six weeks by June 7. The next day, a woman claiming to be Tracy reported off work. She has never been heard from again.
Tracy was a student at the Salem, Ohio campus of Kent State University at the time of her disappearance. Her family reported her as a missing person on June 17 after receiving a call from a college official regarding Tracy's absences from classes. Tracy's relatives searched her mobile home and discovered that all of her personal belongings were inside her residence, including her clothes, contact lenses, makeup and jewelry. The only item that appeared to be missing was her purse. Dirty dishes had been stacked on the table, which Tracy's family members said is uncharacteristic of her.
Shortly after Tracy's disappearance was reported, her car was found in the parking lot of Mark's Landing. There was no sign of her at the scene and no evidence was recovered from the vehicle.
Tracy was separated from her husband, Clifford Hill Jr., in June 2001. She received an order of protection from Clifford the day before she was last seen. Clifford was arrested and charged with the unauthorized use of Tracy's vehicle after she was reported missing. He claimed that he did not know his wife's whereabouts and had had permission to use the car that day. Curiously, the vehicle was found not far from where Clifford's mother lives. Clifford was convicted of unauthorized use and theft, recieving stolen property, and forgery charges all unrelated to his wife's disappearance and sentenced to prison. After his release, he was charged with robbery in connection with the hold-up of an Amish buggy. He was sentenced to four years in prison and is still incarcerated. Clifford is considered a person of interest in his wife's disappearance.
Tracy's family believes that she was murdered and her body was possibly dumped in Wayne County, but there is little evidence available in her case. Law enforcement officers have conducted many searches and found nothing pertaining to Tracy's whereabouts. There have been no arrests in connection with Tracy's disappearance, but foul play is suspected due to the fact that she not contacted anyone since her disappearance.
Tracy is a graduate of Waynedale High School. Some agencies give the place of her disappearance as Rogers, Ohio.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office
Wayne County Sheriff's Office
Sunday, April 26, 2009
This was sent to us from a relative of Tracy's. Please take a look at the video clip. If the link doesn't work, just go to fox8news and type tracy hill in the video search. It is worth watching!
Posted by Belinda Puchajda at 3:39 PM
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Suzi Johnson was a bar tender in Wooster at the Nold Ave bar and knew Cliff Hill well. She dated his brother and her brother dated Mettle Hill, Cliffs sister. Cliff had Tracy's body in a deep freezer in Mertle's garage in Wooster until Mertle complained to get it out. Cliff and his brother used a rented wood chipper to dispose of the body in Shreve swamps after that. The property they used in the swamps belonged to family or a family friend. Question Suzi Johnson Shaw
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