Alan Wilson Bound Over To District Court On All 30 Counts



Los Alamos Magistrate Judge Pat Casados bound Alan Wilson over to First Judicial District Court Friday on 10 counts of criminal sexual penetration in the first degree with a child under 13 and 20 counts of criminal sexual contact with a minor.

Wilson remains under house arrest and on electronic monitoring at his parent’s home in Albuquerque pending the outcome of the case.

An affidavit of arrest warrant and criminal complaint were filed by Sept. 25 by Los Alamos Police Det. Matt Lyon who first met with the alleged victim in November 2017. The affidavit indicates that a report from Child Protective Services documented that the reporting party had spoken to the victim and that she had discussed past criminal sexual assault by Wilson. The girl’s mother agreed to allow her so speak to Lyon at the police department.

According to the affidavit, Lyon said he forwarded the case to Assistant District Attorney Kent Wahlquist on Dec. 18, 2017 for review. Wahlquist said recently that he could not comment on why it took several months for the case to be prosecuted in Magistrate Court.