A former NFL player shot last June as he allegedly broke into a Portland home while naked was arrested last week after police found him outside another stranger’s home while nude, court documents show.
Stanley Wilson II was “running around” and appeared to be high when Portland police found him as they responded to a Jan. 10 disturbance call, according to an affidavit to revoke his pretrial release. He told officers he lived nearby, but the home address he gave wasn’t the address on file.
It’s not clear where the disturbance call occurred. He doesn’t face new charges in the latest case, court records show.
Wilson, 34, remains at the Multnomah County Detention Center on $160,000 bail, jail records show.
On June 22, Wilson tried to break into a Southwest Portland home through a backyard window, county deputies say. The homeowner in the 4900 block of Humphrey Boulevard shot Wilson in the abdomen and emergency responders later found him lying naked in a water fountain.
Wilson faces charges of first-degree burglary, attempted first-degree burglary, second-degree criminal trespass, second-degree disorderly conduct and aggravated harassment in that case.
Wilson is accused of also burglarizing another a house in the area that day and trespassing on another nearby property, spitting on one deputy and getting confrontational with others during his arrest.
Wilson was taken to a hospital for treatment of the gunshot wound and days later booked into jail. He posted bail and was released soon after. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Wilson has violated several conditions of his release since June, the affidavit said.
He tested positive for methamphetamine on Nov. 21 during a routine test, the affidavit said. The next month, he was ordered to undergo drug treatment. He attended one session.
His use of drugs, the missed sessions and his failure to report address changes all violated of his release, the affidavit said.
Wilson was drafted as a cornerback for the Detroit Lions in 2005 after playing for Stanford University, according to NFL.com. He played for the Lions for three seasons, until his professional football career ended in 2008 after an injury.
Wilson’s next court hearing is scheduled for Thursday.