Federal and state authorities came together to apprehend a man with multiple out-of-state warrants in Ross Township early Monday morning.

U.S. Marshals’ New York/New Jersey Task Force joined forces with Pennsylvania State Police to arrest Nigel E. Hill, 22, on four warrants out of New Jersey, involving charges of burglary, resisting arrest, failure to appear in court, violating terms of probation and fleeing and eluding-related charges, all listed on the National Crime Information Database.

Pennsylvania State Police from the Lehighton barracks, Stroudsburg’s Criminal Investigation Unit, and the Fugitive Investigation Unit along with the U.S. Marshals Task Force took Hill into custody at a Vista Circle home in Saylorsburg where he had allegedly been residing at around 6:30 a.m. on Feb. 24.

Trooper Justin M. Leri arrested Hill prior to requisition, and the warrants were confirmed through the National Crime Information Database.

Listings from New Jersey’s Municipal Court Case Search show four outstanding warrants for Hill from the Bound Brook Municipal Court, with a listed court day of Feb. 11 and a warrant issue date of Feb. 12. Charges include operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor or drugs, operating a vehicle while in possession of a narcotic, failure to yield right of way and improper display of plates.

A burglary charge dated Oct. 9, 2018 and a charge of receiving stolen property dated Sept. 23, 2018, both out of Readington Township Municipal Court, listed the case statuses as "disposed," with the warrant statuses listed as "recalled."

Hill was incarcerated at Monroe County Correctional Facility pending extradition.