A murder suspect, David Robert Wilson, II, who fled New York was arrested in Bulloch County on Monday. Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office Investigators and K-9 Units, along with the US Marshal Fugitive Task Force out of Savannah executed a warrant and arrested Wilson at a residence on Harville Road in Statesboro. He remains at the Bulloch County jail awaiting extradition back to New York.
On Monday, July 3, Investigators and K-9 Units from the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office worked with the US Marshal Fugitive Task Force (Savannah, Ga office) to execute a MURDER warrant on a subject that had fled the state of New York. DAVID ROBERT WILSON, II (31 years of age) fled NY after a warrant for MURDER had been secured by the Queens County, NY District Attorney’s Office. It was reported that WILSON is a member of the gang, “Rolling Crips”, out of Queens, NY and is involved in a “rival gang war” that resulted in the death of innocent citizens in that area.
Investigators, K-9 Units, and US Marshals conducted surveillance throughout the day at 3178 Harville Road, Statesboro, Ga. After confirming that WILSON was at that location, Investigators and Marshals moved in to affect the arrest without incident. WILSON was taken into custody, transported to the Bulloch County Jail where he currently awaits extradition back to New York. Sheriff Brown explains the working collaboration with the US Marshal Fugitive Squad is always positive and will continue in resulting in the apprehension of “WANTED” persons who try to hide in Bulloch County, Ga. Sheriff Brown encourages the community to “see something, say something” so our Sheriff’s Office can respond and address any suspicious and criminal activity. Should you have any information on this particular case, please call Investigator William Sims at (912) 764-1767.