PETTIS COUNTY, Mo. — A man charged with child molestation involving two underage victims is facing fresh charges from a third victim in Pettis County.
Formal charges were filed Friday against 48-year-old David B. Wilson of Sedalia. The new charges include two felony counts of first degree child molestation and a single felony count of fourth degree child molestation.
Wilson allegedly committed the offenses against an underage male victim at a residence in Sedalia on more than one occasion dating as far back as 2012. In a probable cause statement, authorities allege that Wilson’s actions exhibit behavior consistent with that of a serial child molester.
He is released on bond over the original allegations he sexually molested a teenage female victim and a male who was between the ages of 8 and 15 when the alleged abuse occurred. Bond on the new allegations has been set at $55,000, cash or surety allowed.
A warrant of Wilson’s arrest was issued Saturday. He remains at large.