The Issaquah Press reports the prosecutor in the misdemeanor assault/domestic violence case against Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill has concerns about contact between Hill and the victim, who was described as Hill's live-in girlfriend.
City Prosecutor Lynn Moberly says repeated attempts, by her office and Issaquah (WA) police, to contact the victim have not been returned, and Issaquah police have observed the victim's car in Hill's driveway.
A "no-contact" was ordered after Hill's arrest on April 10, and a judge continued the order in May, despite the victim's request be lifted.
Hill's trial is scheduled to begin on Thursday, one day before the Seahawks rookies and veterans are to report to training camp. A warrant has been issued for the victim to appear in court as a witness.
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