WSB-TV contacted the Atlanta Police Department and learned the officer is now on leave while the office of professional standards investigates.
Hill said after police realized they had the wrong guy, they still arrested him after discovering he had an outstanding warrant for a broken taillight and failure to appear in court.
Hill said the case of mistaken identity has caused him a lot of pain.
"Madness, heartless. I am a human being," he said.
Hill said he is considering filing a lawsuit against Atlanta police. The Atlanta Police Department said its report about what happened is not available yet, and more information will be available next week.