Sep 22, 2016

Dylan Wilson who allegedly assaulted 12 year old at Arcata Elementary charged with two felonies

Dylan Jackson Wilson is scheduled to be arraigned  this afternoon for his 2016 case. His 2015 and 2014 cases are also on calendar.

In his recent case, he is charged with two felonies. Count 1 Forcible Lewd  Act Upon a Child and Count 2 Assault with intent to commit a felony on a victim under 18; " intent to commit rape, sodomy and oral copulation" is alleged in the complaint.

Charges are slightly different than what he was charged with when he was booked.

Wilson is the man who allegedly assaulted a 12 year old at Arcata Elementary earlier this week.

Dylan Wilson arrested for alleged assault with intent to commit lewd acts on 12 year old on her way to school in Arcata

On September 20, 2016 at 7:45am, the Arcata Police Department received a report of a man, later identified as 28-year-old Dylan Jackson Wilson of Arcata, loitering on a footpath between Baldwin Street and Stromberg Avenue. It was reported that Wilson was seen in possession of a hypodermic needle. 

Within minutes of the first call, several 911 calls were placed to the APD reporting an assault and that Wilson was seen running from the area. 

Responding officers located Wilson hiding in a nearby backyard where he was taken into custody without further incident.

The subsequent investigation revealed that Wilson grabbed a 12-year-old child while she was walking along the footpath on her way to school. Wilson threw the child to the ground and was on top of her when a parent, who had walked past Wilson moments early, intervened. The parent had stayed in the area because she was suspicious of Wilson.

The child sustained minor physical injuries.

Wilson was booked at the Humboldt County Correctional Facility on the following charges:

Penal Code Section 220(a)(2) - Assault with Intent to Commit Lewd Acts on a Child
Penal Code Section 236 - False Imprisonment

Sep 20, 2016

Dylan Jackson Wilson arrested in 2014 for alleged probation violation and burglary at Big Louis

A 2014 article in the Mad River Union had this information about Dylan Jackson Wilson, from an EPD Press Release:

On Saturday, March 1 at about 4 a.m., officers of the Eureka Police Department were dispatched to a burglary alarm at Big Louis Pizzeria.
Upon arrival, officers saw that forced entry to the business had been made, but the suspect was not on scene. Officers spoke to a witness who provided a description of the suspect and the direction the suspect fled.
Officers checked the area and located a subject matching the description, provided by the witness, a few blocks east of Big Louis Pizzeria.

The subject, identified as Dylan Jackson Wilson, 26, of Arcata, was detained. Wilson was found to be in possession of property belonging to Big Louis Pizzeria and also had broken glass about his person, and sported a luxuriant dark 'Fro-hairstyle.
Wilson was taken into custody and booked into the Humboldt County Correctional Facility on charges of burglary and probation violation. He is being held on $50,000 bail.

2011 HCSO Press Release:

Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested an Arcata man yesterday after receiving reports that he 
had made threats against students and faculty at Blue Lake Elementary School. At about 1:30 pm, 
school officials called 911 and reported a man near the campus was yelling and threatening to kill 
students. The caller provided a description of the man and added that the suspect had walked away 
from the school. Deputies located the man a short distance from the school and detained him. 
School personnel confirmed that the man, Dylan Wilson, 23, had walked past the school and yelled 
threats at a teacher who was escorting a group of first-graders. The teacher said Wilson had yelled 
statements towards her and several children, threatening to “murder" students. 
Deputies arrested Wilson and transported him to the Humboldt county Correctional Facility where he 
was book for making threats against an employee of an educational institute, a felony. His bail was 
set at $15,000 and he is scheduled to be arraigned by Wednesday.

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