Two more arrests have been made from the January edition of the Salina’s Most Wanted List.
According to the Saline County Sheriff’s Office, Quintavian Latrell Hill and Napoleon Svendblad are now in custody.
Svenblad, 37, was being sought by authorities on a probation violation for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was arrested by Saline County authorities at about 12:15 a.m. Friday morning.
Hill, 21, was wanted for felony abuse of a child. Police say Hill returned his seven-month-old son to his mother on October 20 with severe bruising on the boy’s buttocks. Hill told police several different stories of how the bruising occurred and then said he had dropped the boy in the shower. A warrant was issued for Hill in December and he was taken into custody by Saline County authorities just before 2 p.m. Thursday.
This brings the total number of arrests from this month’s list, which was released on Saturday, to six.
Since the inception of the Salina’s Most Wanted program in 2000, a total of 2,653 arrests have been made as a direct result of tips generated by the list. As a result of those tips, 383 rewards have been paid out.
To view the entire Most Wanted list for January, click here.