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« on: December 21, 2007, 11:00:12 PM »

12/21/2007

Rice police are searching for missing student
Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward

BY B.J. ALMOND
Rice News Staff                       

Rice University police are looking for leads in the disappearance of 20-year-old student Matthew J. Wilson, who was last seen by his roommate around noon Dec. 15 at their off-campus apartment.

Crime Stoppers of Houston is offering a $5,000 cash reward for information leading to felony charges in the case.


   
Above are two photos of missing student Matthew Wilson. He had a full beard when
he was last seen by his roommate.
"We want to emphasize that we have no evidence to suggest a crime has been committed," said Rice police chief Bill Taylor. "But to allow for that possibility, Crime Stoppers is offering the reward because the information can be provided anonymously."
Bill Taylor, chief of police at Rice University, is scheduled to be interviewed tonight about the missing Rice student on "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren." The program airs nationally on the Fox News Channel between 9 and 10 p.m.

 Wilson, a Hanszen College junior majoring in computer science, did not turn in take-home exams for his classes by the Dec. 19 deadline.


   Rice police chief on national TV tonight

Bill Taylor, chief of police at Rice University, is scheduled to be interviewed tonight about the missing Rice student on "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren." The program airs nationally on the Fox News Channel between 9 and 10 p.m.
"Matthew is a good student, so this behavior was atypical," Taylor said. "Matthew's roommate had alerted us Tuesday that Matthew had not been back to the apartment since Saturday around noon, so these two factors together caused concern."

Also missing is Wilson's car, a silver 2004 four-door Dodge Neon with Oklahoma license plate 863 MCZ, and his backpack.

Rice police said Wilson's mother, who lives in Oklahoma, and his sisters have not heard from him recently.

Rice's Crisis Management Team implemented the Emergency Notification System Wednesday night to alert students, faculty and staff about the missing student and posted a notice on rice.edu in hope that someone might provide clues. The local news media were also contacted to alert the general public and encourage anyone who has seen or corresponded with Wilson recently to contact Rice police. Flyers have been posted in nearby shopping areas and distributed door to door in the neighborhood where Wilson lives.

 In response to the notice sent via the Emergency Notification System, a Rice student mentioned that Wilson had agreed to take her to the airport last Saturday but did not show up.

"This suggests that Matthew either did not or was not able to follow through on plans he had made," Taylor said.

Wilson, a Caucasian, is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs 135 pounds, has red hair and green eyes, and wears glasses.  He had a full beard when his roommate last saw him.

Anyone who has information about Wilson's whereabouts should call the Rice University Police Department at 713-348-6000. To respond to the Crime Stoppers offer, call 713-222-TIPS (8477).

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« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2007, 11:02:00 PM »



MONKEY'S PLEASE HELP ME FIND THIS YOUNG MAN.


He left his cell phone in his apt so we can't ping him.

His backpack and car are missing.

if you have any information, please contact me through Klassend or call
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« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2007, 12:10:13 AM »

Oh my Kermit!
I'm praying that he's OK.
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« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2007, 10:54:50 AM »



Dec. 21, 2007, 8:04AM
'Diligent' Rice student is missing
Family, friends wait for word on 20-year-old



By TERRI LANGFORD

For three years running, Cathy Wilson has worked hard not to worry from 365 miles away when her youngest child Matthew slips into a news blackout at the end of each semester of study at Rice University.

"He does that, he goes into quiet mode when he's working on a project or exams," Wilson said Thursday from her Haworth, Okla., home as she waited anxiously for news of her 20-year-old son's whereabouts.

Matthew J. Wilson, a straight-A computer science junior known more for his academic passion and gentle humor than as a conversationalist, slipped away from his apartment on Dryden Road a week ago today as classes at the Houston campus ended and students retreated to quieter surroundings before exams began this past week.

"I saw him ... he was in his room, working," said Elliott Harwell, Wilson's roommate, of that last Dec. 14 sighting.


'He was not anti-social'
Harwell, a history major, left their apartment Friday night to work on a paper.

When he came back Saturday and saw Wilson's silver 2004 Dodge Neon was gone, he assumed his roommate was in a computer lab or library.

"He's a very diligent student," Harwell said.

So diligent in fact, that Wilson eschewed e-mail because he found it a distraction. Unlike many students, Wilson didn't devote much online energy to anything other than work. No page on Facebook or MySpace.

"He just studies is all I can tell you," his mother said on Thursday of her Haworth High School valedictorian. "He's very good at video games and electronics, but he doesn't waste his time with e-mail."

Harwell said he spent last Saturday night away from home, working on his paper. When he came home Sunday and Wilson wasn't at home, he assumed his roommate had come home and then gone out again. His backpack was gone.

"During finals period, students do disappear like this, but they're not gone for five days," Harwell said.

"He's a very good student," Harwell continued. "He's a funny guy. He often kept to himself, but he was not anti-social."

Still, there was little time for socializing this semester. Wilson had a full load — four classes — and owed his professors four exams.

Harwell called Wilson's cell phone and realized that the cell phone was in the house.

Meanwhile, Cathy Wilson was texting her son, the worry finally overcoming her restraint.

"Please call," she typed.

Wilson was last seen by his family during Thanksgiving at his sister's house in Mansfield, just southeast of Fort Worth.

Since then, Cathy Wilson has spoken to him only once. She often texts and e-mails him as the semester's end ticks down. She said she called and texted in the last week, pressing him to call her.


No ruling on foul play
On Tuesday, she called his cell phone and Harwell answered, notifying her that he had reported her son missing to Rice University police the day before.

Through some digging of her own on Thursday, Cathy Wilson learned her son had made a $400 cash withdrawal from his bank account on Dec. 14, the day he was last seen.

She thought the money was going toward his half of the $825 a month rent he shared with Harwell.

But Harwell said December rent was paid and the two had not discussed bills for the month or January's rent.

On Wednesday, the deadline for final exams, Rice officials reported Wilson had not turned in any of his exams.

Rice spokesman B.J. Almond said investigators have not made a ruling that foul play is involved.

"At this point they're not speculating one way or another," he said.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Rice University Police Department at 713-348-6000. Wilson's car has an Oklahoma license plate, 863 MCZ.

"He's a great guy," Harwell said. "We all care about him and we're certain he's going to show up."
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« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2007, 10:58:31 AM »

http://newsok.com/article/3183458/1198237316


Fri December 21, 2007
Houston police search for student from Haworth
By Josh Rabe
Staff Writer

HAWORTH — The mother of a missing Haworth High School graduate and current Rice University student awaits word from Houston police on the whereabouts of her son who has been missing since Saturday.
 
 

Houston police are searching for Matthew Wilson, 20, after he failed to turn in final exams on Wednesday.

His mother, Cathy Wilson, said it wasn't unusual for her son to turn off his cell phone during finals week because he took school work very seriously.

She was surprised, however, when she called on Tuesday and Matthew's roommate answered his phone.

Wilson's roommate said he filed a police report earlier that day because Matthew, a junior, hadn't been seen in nearly three days.

"Matthew would have to be half-dead before he would leave school without turning in his final project,” Cathy Wilson said.

Cathy Wilson said she last saw her son on Thanksgiving and he was planning to be home for the holidays.

None of his family members have heard from Matthew Wilson since his disappearance.

Wilson said her son was supposed to pick up another student to give her a ride to the airport Saturday and she later told university officials he never showed up.

He also didn't tell anyone where he was going Saturday, leaving behind his cell phone but taking a backpack and his car, a four-door Dodge Neon.

Wilson said police told her they searched all local hospitals and the morgue and didn't find any sign of her son.

"Each day we speculate more and more,” she said. "If he's not dead, then something traumatic must have happened to him.”

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« Reply #5 on: December 22, 2007, 11:09:42 AM »



http://www.kjrh.com/news/state/story.aspx?content_id=7ea0c482-1e34-4aca-9d18-3e5b54a8dd38

Police to look for missing Oklahoma student over the holidays

Last Update: 7:50 am 

Missing college student: Matthew Wilson OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Rice University officials plan to continue searching over the holidays for a student from Oklahoma who hasn't been seen for about a week.

Matthew Wilson, a 20-year-old computer science major from Haworth, was last seen Dec. 15 and didn't show up Wednesday to turn in final projects.

"Matthew is a good student, so this behavior was atypical," said Bill Taylor, Rice police chief. "Matthew's roommate had alerted us Tuesday that Matthew had not been back to the apartment since Saturday around noon, so these two factors together caused concern."

Wilson's mother, Cathy Wilson, said her son was supposed to arrive in Tulsa by Friday to spend the holidays at his sister's house. He hasn't been in contact with his family since his disappearance. His mother last saw him when he came home for Thanksgiving, she said.

Rice spokesman J.B. Almond said students left campus on Wednesday and other offices closed on Friday for the holiday but police will remain on campus and pursue leads in his disappearance.

Houston Crime Stoppers is expected to announce a $5,000 reward for information leading to felony charges being brought in the case.

"We want to emphasize that we have no evidence to suggest a crime has been committed," Taylor said. "But to allow for that possibility, Crime Stoppers is offering the reward because the information can be provided anonymously."

Wilson said her son took was an honor student with an A average. It wasn't unusual for him to ignore phone calls or e-mails while studying for final exams but he never would have missed the deadline for exams, she said.

Matthew Wilson's roommate last saw him last Saturday, when his backpack and car were missing from their off-campus apartment.

He said he thought Wilson was at the library, but when he called his roommate, he discovered Wilson's cell phone was still inside their apartment.

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« Reply #6 on: December 22, 2007, 11:40:47 AM »

This is the type of car he was driving.  A 2004 Dodge Neon - silver



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« Reply #7 on: December 22, 2007, 12:33:12 PM »

http://www.click2houston.com/news/14897774/detail.html

Rice University Student Reported Missing

POSTED: 10:12 am CST December 20, 2007
UPDATED: 4:50 pm CST December 20, 2007


HOUSTON -- A Rice University student has been reported missing, KPRC Local 2 reported.

University police said junior Matthew J. Wilson, 20, was last seen at his off-campus apartment at about noon Saturday.

"We found out from a student who Matthew was supposed to have picked up on Saturday evening and take to the airport that he never showed up" police Chief Bill Taylor said. "So we now have information that he had some things planned later from what we originally knew."

Wilson did not turn in any of his work for finals and his backpack is missing, officials said. Wilson's cellular phone was found inside his apartment, police said.

"It's the end of the school year," Taylor said. "He's a very serious student. He doesn't participate in high-risk behaviors. It was really out of place. This is a gentleman who takes his school work very, very serious."

Wilson was not known to drink or party.


"This is a very stable individual who just all of a sudden hasn't shown up," Taylor said. "It's a major concern. It's very out of character."

Investigators said Wilson's car is also missing. It is a silver Dodge Neon with Oklahoma license plate 863 MCZ.

Wilson's roommate said Wilson hardly used the car. He only drove it to go to a nearby Fiesta grocery store or Target on South Main Street.

Wilson is white, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 135 pounds and has red hair, a full beard, green eyes and wears glasses.

Anyone with information about Wilson is asked to call Rice police at 713-348-6000.
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« Reply #8 on: December 22, 2007, 05:10:10 PM »

http://www.click2houston.com/news/14912597/detail.html

Missing Student's Family Pleads For Answers
By Carl Willis

POSTED: 12:52 pm CST December 22, 2007
UPDATED: 12:59 pm CST December 22, 2007


HOUSTON -- He hasn't been seen for nearly a week and the family of missing Rice University student Matthew Wilson is desperate for answers, KPRC Local 2 reported Friday.

"This is on my mind. I'm thinking about it all the time," said Wilson's mother Cathy Wilson. "I'm trying to solve it in my head."

The 20-year-old junior was last seen Friday night by his roommate at their off-campus apartment.

Since then, university police say have received several clues including a several-hundred dollar bank withdrawal from Wilson's account.

"But it was taken out the day before the day he was missing and so we don't really know what's going on," said Rice University Police Chief Bill Taylor.

Friday, police announced that Harris County Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and prosecution of a suspect, in case a crime has been committed.

Wilson's landlord, Susan Stubbs, has been in contact with the student's family. She told Local 2 that the family doesn't feel that leads are coming in fast enough. Stubbs said the family went looking for outside help.

"The family had hired a private investigator and according to Kelly, Matthew's sister, Rice Police told her that this detective was getting in their way, so the grandmother fired the detective," said Stubbs.


Rice police chief Chief Bill Taylor told Local 2 that it's been more than 10 years since his police force handled a missing person case. In that incident, Taylor said the student needed to get away but eventually returned unharmed.

Taylor insisted his investigators are doing all that they can to find the diligent, straight A student who never showed up to turn in his finals.

"The reality is that we probably put a lot more energy into this than what most other law enforcement would be able to do because they normally investigate crimes," said Taylor. "This isn't a crime at this point."

If he did leave on his own and is still out there, Wilson's mother is making this plea.

"Try all you can to get home to me," said Wilson trying to hold back tears. "You mean the world to me and you know you do. I love you with all my heart."

Police say Wilson is 5 feet 7 inches tall, 135 pounds, with green eyes, red hair, and a full beard.

If you can help investigators, call Rice police or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
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« Reply #9 on: December 23, 2007, 07:58:04 PM »

http://www.theeagle.com/texas/Search_still_on_for_Rice_student


Published Sunday, December 23, 2007 2:14 AM
Search still on for Rice student
Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Rice University officials plan to continue searching over the holidays for a student from Oklahoma who hasn't been seen for about a week.

Matthew Wilson, a 20-year-old computer science major from Haworth, was last seen Dec. 15 and didn't show up Wednesday to turn in final projects.

"Matthew is a good student, so this behavior was atypical," said Bill Taylor, Rice University police chief. "Matthew's roommate had alerted us Tuesday that Matthew had not been back to the apartment since Saturday around noon, so these two factors together caused concern."

The roommate noticed that Wilson's backpack and car were missing from their off-campus Houston apartment and thought Wilson was at the library. But when he called his roommate, he discovered that Wilson's cell phone was still in their apartment, investigators said.

Cathy Wilson said her son was supposed to arrive in Tulsa by Friday to spend the holidays at his sister's house. He hasn't been in contact with his family since his disappearance. His mother said she last saw him when he came home for Thanksgiving.

Wilson's mother said her son was an honor student with an A average. It wasn't unusual for him to ignore phone calls or e-mails while studying for finals, but he never would have missed the deadline for exams, she said.

Rice spokesman J.B. Almond said that university offices closed Friday for the holiday but police would remain on campus and pursue leads in his disappearance.

Houston Crime Stoppers is expected to announce a $5,000 reward for information leading to filing of felony charges in the case.

"We want to emphasize that we have no evidence to suggest a crime has been committed," Taylor said. "But to allow for that possibility, Crime Stoppers is offering the reward because the information can be provided anonymously."
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« Reply #10 on: December 24, 2007, 05:27:46 PM »

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« Reply #11 on: December 26, 2007, 03:57:09 PM »

Police in Houston search for student                           12/26/07
By JOHN PORRETTO - Associated Press Writer --

HOUSTON --A straight-A computer science major at Rice University has been missing for nearly two weeks, but police said Wednesday they have few clues to go on.

Matthew J. Wilson, 20, of Haworth, Okla., was last seen by his roommate at their off-campus apartment on the evening of Dec. 14, five days before the deadline to turn in take-home exams.

Earlier that day, Wilson had withdrawn $400 from his bank account, which his family and authorities said was an unusual transaction. Wilson's car is also missing.

Rice Police Chief Bill Taylor said investigators have checked the account for further activity or clues but turned up nothing.

"There's no indication of any foul play," Taylor said. "We're at a wait and hold."

Taylor said there's nothing to suggest the $400 withdrawal was coerced because Wilson was back at his apartment that evening, along with his roommate.

He said authorities and Wilson's family in Oklahoma hoped the junior had gone off in search of solitude to prepare for finals. But the Dec. 19 deadline passed with no sign of him.

Wilson's roommate notified police Dec. 18 that Wilson had not been back to the apartment since the previous Saturday.

"We were hoping something might happen on Christmas Day, but still no sign of him, no clues, no nothing," Rice spokesman B.J. Almond said Wednesday.

The roommate tried to call Wilson's cell phone but discovered the phone was inside their apartment.

Wilson's mother, Cathy Wilson, has said it's not unusual for Matthew to ignore phone calls or e-mails while studying for final exams, but he never would have missed the deadline for tests and projects at school.

She last saw Wilson at Thanksgiving.

"I adored him," Cathy Wilson said Wednesday. "He's my life. I can't live without him."

The family was supposed to spend Christmas at a daughter's home in Tulsa, Okla.

"I've never had to worry about Matthew until now," she said. "He's a 20-year-old who acts like a mature 50-year-old man. He's not only intelligent, he uses good sense - a child most mothers would like to have."

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« Reply #12 on: December 27, 2007, 01:59:33 AM »

This case is really puzzling.
I wonder what the $400 was for? Was he the kind of kid who would have used that money for Christmas gifts?
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« Reply #13 on: December 27, 2007, 04:43:01 AM »

This story leaves me with a bad feeling, and a few suspicions about this roommate.
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« Reply #14 on: December 27, 2007, 12:26:07 PM »

Police sift through tips regarding missing Rice student

Dec. 27, 2007, 1:05AM
Rice University police are sifting through a handful of tips that arrived Wednesday from Crime Stoppers concerning the disappearance two weeks ago of student Matthew J. Wilson.

Police Chief Bill Taylor said nothing yet has pointed to foul play. The 20-year-old Wilson, a straight-A computer science major, was last seen Dec. 14.

"It's still a missing person case," Taylor said. "We have nothing to indicate this is a criminal act."

Police were hoping Wilson, a first-semester junior, would make contact with family or friends over Christmas, but no one heard from him, Taylor said.

Wilson made two ATM withdrawals from his bank account, one for $400 and one for $100, on the 14th, and returned to his apartment later that day. There has been no activity in his bank account since then, and there still is a significant balance, Taylor said.

Wilson was reported missing by his roommate Dec. 18. Wilson's car, a silver 2004 Dodge Neon with Oklahoma plates (863 MCZ), is gone, as is his backpack. His cell phone was left in his apartment, and all of his clothing appears to be there as well.

Thought at first to be hiding out in a quiet spot to work on his take-home exams, Wilson never turned them in. His mother, Cathy Wilson of Haworth, Okla., has not spoken to him since earlier in December.

Matthew Wilson is 5-7 and weighs approximately 135 pounds. He has red hair and green eyes, wears glasses and sports a full beard.

Rice classes resume Jan. 7.

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« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2007, 02:52:00 PM »

$500 is a lot of money to withdraw in one day. I'm puzzled by that money. And the fact that Matthew took his car, when he didn't use it often, makes me wonder. Those two things are apparently out of character. What plans did he have for that money? Did he need new tires for his car, or did it need some kind of repair before he drove to Tulsa?
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« Reply #16 on: December 29, 2007, 01:53:13 PM »

WATCH THESE NEWS UPDATES ABOUT MATTHEW WILSON'S DISAPPEARANCE

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« Reply #17 on: December 29, 2007, 02:22:14 PM »

I can't get any of these to play......  Sad
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« Reply #18 on: December 29, 2007, 03:26:24 PM »

This story leaves me with a bad feeling, and a few suspicions about this roommate.

I agree Elaine.  Investigate the roomate.
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« Reply #19 on: December 29, 2007, 06:18:52 PM »

I agree....perhaps he was going to loan the money to his roomy or another friend and something went wrong.
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