Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested the executive director of the Women of Diversity organization with additional charges Tuesday.
Brenda Hills (known through Women of Diversity as Brenda Hill), 46, of the 2600 block of Village Lane in Bossier City, was charged with racketeering and 11 counts of felony theft. She is currently incarcerated at the Bossier Maximum Security Facility from her previous arrest last week with charges of 88 counts of Monetary Instrument Abuse; in that case, she previously worked as a manager for an apartment complex where she deposited rent money into her personal account.
Bossier detectives arrested Jimmie L. Hills, 50, Wednesday afternoon and charged him with racketeering and 11 counts of felony theft.
The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force, comprised of deputies with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office and officers with the Bossier City Police Department, started the investigation that led to the initial charges. Bossier detectives additionally discovered that Brenda and Jimmie Hills misappropriated funds from the Women of Diversity bank account from October 2016 to July 2017 to make nearly $9,000 in personal purchases.
Brenda Hills, who also goes by multiple aliases, now has a bond of $550,250, and Jimmie Hills’ bond is $300,000.
Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives are continuing their investigation, and more charges are possible.