Caroline Sheriff’s Office looking for a man who approached a child in the Bridlewood subdivision
The Caroline County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance with locating 37-year-old, Alvin “Bo” Lee Williams. This is in regards to the suspicious situation involving disturbing contact with a minor that was reported in the Bridlewood subdivision Monday night. Williams is currently wanted by the Caroline County Sheriff’s office for the charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Sheriff Moser says Williams allegedly tried to approach the child while he was outside playing in a wooded area near the front of his house around 5 p.m. Williams reportedly offered the child several items, including power tools, a knife and even a duckling.
Williams was last seen driving a silver or gray Toyota corolla with a luggage rack on top of the car and the front license plate was displayed on the dash instead of on the front bumper. Williams is described as being 6-feet tall, around 150 lbs., with red hair, a goatee, and visible tattoos on both arms.
Sheriff Scott Moser says, “Tireless efforts by deputies and investigators, and information provided by several witnesses resulted in the identification of a suspect in this case. The investigation is on-going and further charges may be placed after further investigation. We are asking anyone with any information about Alvin “Bo” Williams whereabouts, to please call the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies and investigators are currently searching for Williams and information from the public may be crucial in locating him.”
Anyone who can identify this person is asked to call the CCSO at (804) 633-5400. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can call the CCSO tip line at (804) 633-1122, or the Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers at (804)780-1000. You can also text your information to CRIMES (274637), using the keyword “iTip” or send us your tip Online at www.rvacrimestoppers.com. You will remain anonymous, and successful tips received through the Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers may receive a cash reward of up to $1,000.00