Ex-Lions CB Stanley Wilson arrested after home invasion in LA
Former Detroit Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson Jr. was arrested after allegedly breaking into a house, bathing in an outside fountain and raiding the property, based on TMZ Sports.
Wilson, 39, reportedly broke right into a $30 million Hollywood Hills residence for a second time, the place he allegedly took a shower within the exterior fountain with cleaning soap he discovered inside the house — inflicting $5,000 price of injury.
Wilson broke into the identical residence on August 24, and is accused of shifting and damaging gadgets, LAPD sources instructed the outlet.
LAPD arrested Wilson on each events, and he was charged with two felony counts of vandalism and one depend of second-degree housebreaking, based on TMZ.
Wilson has an arrest historical past of separate residence invasions.
In June 2016, Wilson was shot within the stomach throughout an tried break-in at a house in Southwest Portland whereas bare. He was arrested once more in Portland in January 2017 for allegedly strolling round a neighborhood bare.
The subsequent month, Wilson was sentenced to 10 days in jail for the latter 2016 incident in Southwest Portland, which included three years probation and obligatory drug therapy. Wilson was additionally ordered to pay restitution for damages to the house and write an apology letter.
Wilson was arrested once more in February 2017 — 5 days after his sentencing — for breaking into one other residence whereas bare.
Wilson — who’s the son of former Bengals working again Stanley Wilson Sr. — was a third-round draft decide by the Lions in 2005. He performed two seasons with Detroit earlier than struggling a career-ending Achilles tear in an exhibition recreation towards the Giants in 2008.
Wilson recorded a profession 89 whole tackles, eight go deflections and one pressured fumble.