Sheriff Victor Hill
Sheriff Victor Hill is the untouchable Teflon Don of police officers. He's not only the highest ranking officer in Clayton County, Georgia, home to metro Atlanta, he's fully and completely above the law.
Previously indicted on 25 charges of corruption, Sheriff Hill found a way to beat the case.
Now though, he's facing something altogether different. On Saturday, May 2, Sheriff Hill was 50 miles outside of his jurisdiction, several counties away from where he is sheriff. Inside of a model home in Lawrenceville, Georgia, Hill shot a woman in the stomach. She has been in critical condition, fighting to survive, ever since.
Here's where it gets doubly crazy: He called 911 and reported that he accidentally shot Gwenevere McCord in the stomach during a training exercise. When the local police and medics arrived, Hill was allowed to leave and go home as if nothing happened.
Now he refuses to speak to investigators or the media about what happened. The district attorney of Gwinnett County, Danny Porter, claims it's not all adding up.
What investigators found inside the model home raises questions about the sheriff's explanation in his 911 call, Porter said.
"The statement on the 911 tape was that they were doing police training exercises," Porter said.
The placement of some items at the scene, he said, "sort of make you think about that."
"I want to look at that."
Police have not released the 911 call, and Porter said he couldn't go into specifics about the evidence found at the scene.
, Hill was charged with a misdemeanor recklessness charged, paid $300, and was released—again without saying a word to investigators.