Kahlil Williams, 24, was
arrested at Mills Park on Monday on multiple charges including the attempted
sexual assault of a girl under age 14.
Deputies responded to a
convenience store on Hot Springs Road for a report of a kidnapping. The
victim’s aunt, who watches her during the day, said she sent the girl across
the street to pick up lunches being delivered by her school.
The girl returned about 20
minutes later telling her aunt she had been taken by a man in a black car and
that the man had tried to take her shorts down in the car. She told her aunt
she screamed and told the man to take her back to Hot Springs Road.
The girl gave a detailed description
of the man including his braided shoulder length hair and a tattoo of a dollar
sign under his right eye as well as the description of the black car.
She told deputies she
screamed at the man several times, holding on to her shorts so he couldn’t pull
them down and that, finally, he drove her back to Hot Springs Road from the
alley near an office building. She said when they got there, the man pushed her
out of the vehicle and drove away.
Deputies used surveillance
cameras along the route outside the Ron Wood Center and the Bank of the West
building to find a black BMW on video at the time of the incident.
Deputies issued a press
release with the suspect and vehicle descriptions about 4 p.m. Monday. Just an
hour later, a caller told dispatch there was a BMW and a subject matching the
person’s description at Mills Park.
Williams denied that he had
done anything or had any contact with the girl. He said he had been at his Hot
Springs Apartment until leaving for Mills Park. But his girlfriend told deputies
he left about 9 a.m., about 90 minutes before the incident, and didn’t return
to the apartment until after 11 a.m.
The arrest report says
questioning stopped after Williams said he wanted to talk to an attorney.
He was booked on felony
charges including kidnapping, attempted sexual assault of a minor under age 14,
lewdness with a minor under 14 and gross misdemeanor false imprisonment. Bail
was set at $250,000.
The Carson City Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division is asking for assistance in locating a suspect in a Child Abduction case.
Monday morning around 10:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Hot Springs Rd. an elementary school aged student who was waiting for their lunch from the school delivery service was approached by an unidentified light brown colored male.
The male was driving a four door black BMW with dark windows, sunroof and large light colored rims; possibly silver or white rims, according to a press release from the Carson City Sheriff's Office.
The male subject lured the juvenile into the vehicle and drove around with the child and then dropped the child off near the location the child was abducted. The male subject is described as having corn rows or dread locks type hair, having a dollar sign tattooed on his right cheek and wearing a white tank top with black shorts.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office.
Dispatch Center (775) 887-2677, Investigation Division Detective Hatley (775) 283-7852,
Investigations Sergeant Daniel Gonzales (775) 283-7850 or Secret Witness (775) 322-4900.
Case # 2020-2409