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Crime Line would like to thank Crime Line callers for providing information that led to the arrest of the individual wanted several outstanding warrants in the City of Hampton:

03/01/2017 Hampton Man Arrested, Thanks to Crime Line Tip

A wanted man was found and arrested on existing warrants after police received a Crime Line tip, Newport News Police Spokesman, Harold Eley reported.

Police conducted a traffic stop, and the man was taken into custody without incident, at which point police also found marijuana on his person, Eley said..

Christopher Litle, 42 years of age, of Hampton, was issued a summons for driving suspended and for simple possession of marijuana.  His outstanding warrants were for robbery, not complying with a juvenile and domestic relations court order, and failing to appear on a felony offense.


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