Sep 14, 2016

$160,000 bail set in Cody Wuillmier's most recent case

Cody Wuilmier was arraigned this afternoon in Courtroom 2 on the following charges for his 2016 case, bail set at $160,000 for his most recent felony case.

In his most recent case, Count 1 is Felon in possession of a firearm; a .38 special. Count 2 Person prohibited in possession of ammunition; Count 3 Possession of a Controlled substance, heroin; Count 4 Possession of a Controlled Substance armed with a firearm; Count 5 Carrying a loaded firearm in a Public Place and Count 6 Obstructing/Resisting a Police Officer. Counts 1 through 4 have two special allegations each; that Wuillmier committed these felonies while out on bail/OR.

Three cases were on calendar, in addition to the most recent 2016 case, one from 2014 and another from 2012. In both cases, a second amended petition to revoke probation was filed. He was on misdemeanor probation in both these cases and released on his OR.

Since he already had dates set, intervention for all his cases will be on September 19; Preliminary hearing on September 22.

Deputy District Attorney Brent Kling is prosecuting the case. Conflict Counsel's office was appointed. Mr. Marek Reavis was present with Wuillmier at arraignment today.

Sep 11, 2016

Cody Wuillmier arrested again, alleged charges of resisting arrest, weapons and drugs

Cody Wuillmier was arrested last night by EPD. Alleged charges of weapons and resisting arrest and two drug related charges.

Wullimier is a frequent flyer. His bail was set at $50,000.

He is still in custody.

I am in the process of confirming if he has been arrested 15 times since 2011, according to one tip. Court and other records access won't be available until tomorrow.
He has 15 cases in the system, three no complaints filed, one family support cade.

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1 comment:

  1. Good luck (and good wishes) to DDA Brent Kling for speedy and satisfying results on these cases. There's a place for Cody Wuillmier and it's not on the streets in Humboldt County. If nothing else, to provide a secure environment where he won't kill himself with drugs. I think the public has already come to their own conclusions about why he belongs in prison: soon, and for a long time.