Timothy Wyatt- Alabama- 2019 Nov 16, 2019 3:05:41 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Nov 16, 2019 3:05:41 GMT -5
(Above photo credit: Central Alabama Crime Stoppers website)
Fugitive Profile as of November 16th, 2019: (Based on Central Alabama Crime Stoppers wanted listing, news articles).
Name: Timothy Jabbar Wyatt
Age (in 2019): 38
Weight: 225 lbs
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The U.S. Marshals are searching for Timothy Wyatt, a man prosecutors call a serial offender.
Wyatt’s been on the run for two-and-a-half weeks, he’s accused of sexual misconduct and kidnapping in multiple cases.
“I think he is extremely dangerous,” stated Chief Deputy District Attorney CJ Robinson. “I mean, it’s not just one time he’s committed a kidnapping, forceful kidnapping, this is actually the third time.”
Wyatt is no stranger to Robinson and the 19th Judicial Circuit.
In April 2017 Wyatt was arrested in Chilton County and later indicted on attempted murder, sodomy, and robbery. While out on bond in October 2017, a woman said she woke up with Wyatt on top of her inside her Autauga County home. Authorities say Wyatt climbed on her bed while she was sleeping and started choking her, demanding cash. He reportedly tied her hands behind her back, eventually putting the victim in a Ford Taurus. Later that day, the victim escaped from the trunk of the car at a gas station in Clanton, surveillance video showed the victim running at full speed into the service station - past Wyatt who promptly got in his car and fled. Wyatt was later arrested, charged, and indicted on kidnapping, domestic violence - strangulation, burglary, and robbery.
Robinson says both cases have similarities.
“He was taking the victim to the same place to actually assault them,” he stated.
Over the summer, a major blow to the 2017 case out of Chilton County - the victim died unexpectedly after issues involving a respiratory illness. The case was dropped.
“It leaves a very sour taste,” Robinson explained. “We have the highest burden in the justice system. We know that, we welcome that. And because of that, sometimes we’re unable to prove our case. We all know he did it. He knows he did it.”
Wyatt remained in the Autauga Metro Jail until he made bond on July 26, 2019. Five weeks later, Wyatt had new arrest warrants again for kidnapping, attempted rape, and assault out of Chilton County.
“I think he’s hiding and apparently he’s been doing it pretty well,” Robinson stated. “I know local authorities have now gotten the U.S. Marshals involved. You know, they’re very, very good at what they do."
Prosecutors quickly filed a motion to revoke Wyatt’s bond in the 2017 Autauga County case, which has been granted. After Wyatt is arrested on the latest counts, he will be transported to the Autauga Metro Jail to wait for his trial there, which is slated for November.
“He’s calculated and very cold blooded - and it’s with a complete disregard to the whole public,” Robinson stated.
Robinson says the latest investigation against Wyatt is ongoing, it’s so new he still doesn’t have all the evidence to determine whether it mirrors the prior cases.
Additional articles on case:
Thoughts? As of this posting date (11/16/2019), Wyatt is still listed as a wanted fugitive on Central Alabama Crime Stoppers: www.215stop.com/sitemenu.aspx?P=wanteds&ID=493
The 2019 alleged incident appears eerily similar to the 2017 alleged incident according to articles. Wyatt allegedly took a woman to a location and strangled her until she passed out, and as he was allegedly taking off the victim's clothing, she woke up, started to struggle and was able to escape.
This is a scary case as I fear this is a man who is not going to stop allegedly assaulting or attempting to assault woman until he's caught.
Admin Note #1: According to online articles, Anyone with information regarding Wyatt's whereabouts should call U.S. Marshals at 334-531-5681. Information can also be given to police or CrimeStoppers using the 24-hour tip line at (334) 215-STOP (7867), through the web at www.215STOP.com or the Facebook page at Central Alabama CrimeStoppers.
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