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Greene County woman arrested for terrorizing charges

Feneisha Hill charged with terrorizing photo credit: Greene County Sheriff's Department Feneisha Hill charged with terrorizing photo credit: Greene County Sheriff's Department
GREENE COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A Greene County woman was arrested for terrorizing charges on Friday, according to the Greene County Sheriff's Department.

Feneisha Hill was brought to the Greene County Sheriff’s office by the U.S Marshall. Greene County officials said she will be extradited back to Shreveport this week.

A warrant for her arrest was signed on July 29, according to the Shreveport Police Department Public Information Officer Cpl. Marcus Hines. Her bond is set at $20,000.

Hill was also arrested in 2010 for sexual battery charges. At the time, she was a 7th grade science teacher at Leakesville Junior High School.

Authorities said Hill allegedly took two 13-year-old male students to Hattiesburg to go bowling and out to eat.

Hill then allegedly took the boys to her trailer and had sex with one of them.

She was also charged with identity theft and fraud in 2015.

This is a developing story. We will continue to update this story as we receive more information.

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