Wilbur Jesse Hildebrand, 56, of Solomons Ridge Court in Millersville, was arrested at home without incident and charged with sex abuse of a minor, perverted practice, fourth-degree sexual offense and second-degree assault, court documents show.Police said that in October, a former Severna Park High student came forward after her mother found social media messages between the victim and Hildebrand, some of which were sexual in nature, on an i Pad.We hand fed him and he is fully weaned on pellets, seed, fruit and vegetables.He is handled, socialized, played with daily and spends a lot of time out of the cage, when we are home. Avoid Scams and Fraud - Potential areas of fraud: wire transfer, moneygrams, money orders, cashier checks, shipping, escrow, "transaction protection", "guarantee". But because the caller used an Internet application to place the emergency call, detectives haven't been able to track him down."Ever since there has been telephones, people have been making prank calls to law enforcement," Beavers said."Nowadays, depending on your knowledge of the Internet and cellphones, it can be quite difficult [to track] because we have 'spoofing,' where you can use Internet applications to disguise your phone number."Other Florida cases The FBI doesn't keep track of national statistics, according to spokesman David Couvertier.After attempts to reach the sleeping family through a PA system and phone calls, someone eventually came to the door.The residents were secured, and the house was searched.
One in Central Florida this spring also ended in the arrest of a Canadian teen.
During an interview with police the young woman, now 18, told police she had engaged in a sexual relationship with Hildebrand while she was a student at the school.
Mugshots and arrest information released by area law enforcement departments of people charged with various crimes in recent months.
The one in Oviedo, however, remains unsolved."I did speak with the detective," Beavers said about the Oviedo case.
"The case has pretty much reached a dead end right now."'I just shot my mom'According to Oviedo police, a boy used a smartphone or tablet app to anonymously call and report a fake emergency at a home on Running Springs Loop about 4 a.m. 8."I have a problem," the boy said, seemingly panicked on the phone.