Bullard was abducted by an armed masked man around 1AM on Monday
from Bradley Road in Broadway, NC
himself within eyeview of his home on Cameron St., less than 5
miles from the crime scene
E. Wilson 49, killed himself Monday a few of miles away from
the crime scene and half a mile or so from his house. When Wilson
was approached by a sheriff deputy he shot himself in the chest.
Our investigation found that Wilson was convicted of second degree
murder in 1975 for the murder of Thomas C. Corney at the Sundown
Lounge in Cumberland County. Wilson was kicked out of the bar
earlier and returned with a gun to shoot Mr. Corney. Clarence
Jacobs, a patron of the bar fired his own weapon at fleeing Wilson
striking Wilson in the leg. Wilson was sentenced to 40-60 years
in prison in '75 after pleading down to 2nd Degree Murder and
was released from parole in 2003. The DOC lists his height as
5'10 inches with brown hair and brown eyes, he had numerous infractions
while in prison, including assault, weapons possession, drugs,
creating an offensive condition and September 1980 escape with
another inmate from the Wagram Prison. Wilson was captured in
Flint, Michigan, where his sister lives, after a high speed chase
and crash that injured Wilson (note scars on Wilson's face in
above photo) and killed the fellow inmate whom he had escaped
with 3 weeks earlier.
Scene of the crime, 6504 Bradley Road Broadway, NC
Main Street - Broadway, NC - Town Hall
Michelle's place of employment.
Fairway Dairy Bar Sanford, NC
Pond behind scene of the crime. It is reported that a K-9 from
Harnett County tracked a scent to the pond immediately after the
abduction. Pond was searched on Monday and again on Thursday.
The pond is accessable by vehicle, the path leads from crime scene
400+ yards to pond. Could this have been where the kidnapper parked?
DAVID WILSON (OBITUARY POSTED IN SANFORD HERALD NEWSPAPER)
BROADWAY - David E. Wilson, 49, died Monday (1/2/06).
He was employed by Village Plumbing in Chapel Hill. He was preceded
in death by his parents, Victor Earl Horton and Myrtle Mae Wilson
and a brother, Douglas Ray Wilson.
He is survived by his wife, Kimberly Roberts Wilson; a daughter,
Logan Victoria Wilson Smith of Hanover, Pa.; a stepson, Gregory
Lee Cameron Jr. of Broadway; a stepdaughter, Kristen Nichole Cameron
of Broadway; a brother, William Keith Wilson of Fayetteville;
sisters Patricia Ann Hall of Fayetteville, Vivian Marie Perry
of Michigan, Brenda Gale Ebey of Louisiana, Vickie Sue Patterson
of Carthage, Peggy Diane Myatt of Pennsylvania and Joyce Ann Horton
of Florida and a host of nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the
funeral home and other times at his home.
The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Spring Hill
United Methodist Church in Lillington with the Rev. Keith Miller
officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Arrangements are by O'Quinn-Peebles Funeral Home in Lillington.