Phillip Wilkinson Murders 3 In North Carolina

Phillip Wilkinson was sentenced to death by the State of North Carolina for three murders

According to court documents Phillip Wilkinson would break into the home of Judy Hudson who she shared with her nineteen year old daughter Chrystal Hudson, and her eleven-year-old son, Larry Hudson. Wilkinson would sexually assault both females before murdering all three with a bowling pin

Phillip Wilkinson would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death

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PHILLIP E WILKINSON
Offender Number:0438643                                          
Inmate Status:ACTIVE
Probation/Parole/Post Release Status:INACTIVE
Gender:MALE
Race:WHITE
Ethnic Group:NOT HISPANIC/LATINO
Birth Date:06/19/1967
Age:56
Current Location:CENTRAL PRISON

Phillip Wilkinson Case

On 9 January 1992, defendant turned himself in to the Fayetteville Police Department, waived his rights, and gave a tape-recorded confession to Sergeant Jeff Stafford. During this confession, defendant admitted to being a “peeping Tom”; to breaking and entering the apartment of Judy Hudson on 29 July 1991 in the middle of the night; to beating to death with a bowling pin Ms. Hudson, her nineteen-year-old daughter, Chrystal Hudson, and her eleven-year-old son, Larry Hudson; to attempting to rape Chrystal Hudson; to sexually assaulting and anally and vaginally penetrating Ms. Hudson and Chrystal Hudson; to stealing cigarettes, money, and a cigarette lighter from two pocketbooks in the apartment; and to breaking into the apartment a second time to retrieve the bowling pin and a lightbulb that he had used to sexually assault Ms. Hudson.

Defendant was subsequently indicted for three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of first-degree burglary, one count of attempted first-degree rape, four counts of first-degree sexual offense, and two counts of felonious larceny. On 22 August 1994, defendant pled guilty to all charges. After the presentation of evidence by the State regarding the basis for defendant’s pleas, the court directed that with respect to one of the first-degree burglary counts, it would instead proceed on a charge of second-degree burglary based upon the evidence that at the time defendant entered the Hudsons’ apartment, all victims were deceased.

https://law.justia.com/cases/north-carolina/supreme-court/1996/465a94-0.html

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