“What we’re hoping is that through this investigation that it’ll heighten people’s awareness of the information that they’re putting out there and just how easily attainable it is,” Tabor said.
LSU investigators had been working on the case since early October and finally got a break when Facebook provided data that led to Hill, Tabor said.
Authorities will ask Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal to request that Hill be extradited to Louisiana. But that won’t happen until a drunken driving charge against Hill is resolved in Florida.
FDLE agents also served a search warrant when Hill was arrested. They seized his computer and turned it over to LSU police, Assistant State Attorney Mark Wilson said.
Atchison, meanwhile, is returning in January to Florida State.
“It’s been a long time coming,” she said. “But I’m very excited he’s finally caught and not going to do this to any other girls.”
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