New Castle man arrested for molestation |

New Castle man arrested for molestation

Pete FowlerGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. Garfield County Deputies arrested a New Castle man believed to be a school district employee on suspicion that he molested two children.Brian Corey Wilson, 21, was arrested on Saturday, July 21, on suspicion of enticement of a child, unlawful sexual contact and sexual assault on a child. He posted $10,750 bond on Monday.According to an arrest affidavit, a deputy was dispatched to a subdivision south of New Castle around 4:45 p.m. Saturday regarding a possible sexual assault. A woman told authorities that Brian Wilson fondled her two children.The woman told deputies that she was doing yard work when Wilson came over and began talking to the children. She said he was speaking about firefighting and the woman went about her business, the affidavit says.A short time later she noticed the children were no longer out front. When searching for them, she found one child sitting in a ditch. Upon rounding the corner of the house, the woman said she saw Wilson kneeling behind the house fondling the other child, the affidavit says, and that he immediately stood up and began apologizing.Wilson was arrested around 5:15 p.m. According to the affidavit, Wilson’s father told deputies Wilson has a “diminished mental capacity” and health concerns.A call to the Garfield County Re-2 School District administration office confirmed that a Brian C. Wilson was a dishwasher at one of the district’s schools. Re-2 wouldn’t confirm an address or additional personal information for Wilson in attempts to verify it was the same Brian C. Wilson.”We did have a Brian C. Wilson in our employ,” Re-2 director of districtwide services Theresa Hamilton said. “But we no longer have a Brian C. Wilson in our employ.”She said the district’s database doesn’t say at which school Brian C. Wilson was working. Hamilton also said that Brian C. Wilson was not going to come back for the 2007-2008 school year. The conditions of his leaving the district are confidential because it’s a personnel issue, she added.Contact Pete Fowler: 945-8515, ext. 16611pfowler@postindependent.

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