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March 20, 1999 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Former running back Stanley Wilson, whose NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals was plagued by drug problems, was sentenced to 22 years in prison Friday for stealing about $130,000 worth of property. Wilson, 37, was convicted last month of stealing jewelry, camera equipment and other valuables from a Beverly Hills home Jan. 24, 1998.
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April 18, 2005 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
The phone line crackled with static and clicked with interruptions. Stanley Wilson kept talking, ignoring the prying ears that eavesdrop on his every call. He could prattle on all day about his elder son, his namesake, the Stanford cornerback whose stock is rapidly rising in pro football circles. Maybe one day he'll even get a chance to see Stanley Jr. play. But now, surrounded by prison walls, Wilson is left to wait for word about which team has selected his son in this weekend's NFL draft.
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November 3, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND
Stanley Wilson, former Cincinnati Bengal running back, was released Friday after Los Angeles police did not have evidence to charge him with robbery, a detective said. Wilson, 28, was arrested Wednesday in Wilmington when officers recognized the car he was driving as one described by a victim of an Oct. 10 purse snatching. Detective Chuck Hart of Harbor Division said the victim was unable to identify Wilson as the suspect.
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March 20, 1999 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Former running back Stanley Wilson, whose NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals was plagued by drug problems, was sentenced to 22 years in prison Friday for stealing about $130,000 worth of property. Wilson, 37, was convicted last month of stealing jewelry, camera equipment and other valuables from a Beverly Hills home Jan. 24, 1998.
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November 1, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanley Wilson, banned from the NFL for using cocaine the night before the 1989 Super Bowl game, was arrested Wednesday by Los Angeles Police Dept. detectives on a warrant for robbery. Sgt. Roy Langheld of Harbor Division said Wilson was apprehended in Wilmington after officers stopped him in a car that had been identified by witnesses as one used during an Oct. 10 purse snatching.
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April 18, 2005 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
The phone line crackled with static and clicked with interruptions. Stanley Wilson kept talking, ignoring the prying ears that eavesdrop on his every call. He could prattle on all day about his elder son, his namesake, the Stanford cornerback whose stock is rapidly rising in pro football circles. Maybe one day he'll even get a chance to see Stanley Jr. play. But now, surrounded by prison walls, Wilson is left to wait for word about which team has selected his son in this weekend's NFL draft.
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April 9, 1988
Cincinnati Bengals running back Stanley Wilson, twice suspended for cocaine use, asked the National Football League to reinstate him so he can resume his career with the Bengals.
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December 15, 1990
Stanley Wilson, former running back for the Cincinnati Bengals who is banned for life from the NFL for drug offenses, was being held in the Long Beach Jail for investigation of burglary. Police said Wilson, 29, was arrested Thursday in an abandoned house.
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April 24, 1989
Several Cincinnati players were involved with Bengal running back Stanley Wilson the night before this year's Super Bowl, Wilson's agent told the New York Times. "For me to say other players strikes a negative cord but that's the reality," said agent Reggie Turner. Wilson was barred from playing in the Super Bowl. "The NFL knows that something special happened that Saturday night, something out of the norm," Turner said. "As the NFL people said to me, 'We don't know what happened, but we don't think Stanley Wilson did this by himself.
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November 3, 1996 | Bill Plaschke
The security lights have just flicked on, flooding a tiny lawn at the Crenshaw Christian Center, portending 30 more minutes of football practice, when a car pulls up. Stanley Wilson shrugs. It is a mother who will be driving home three of the players. Which means one thing on a team of 14. "Practice over," he says. The remaining players finish their sprints, Wilson collects the balls and tee, buttons up against an early chill. "A long way from the NFL," he says. A long way from a lot of things.
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June 21, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Former Cincinnati Bengal running back Stanley Wilson was sentenced to a four-year, suspended term in Long Beach Superior Court after pleading guilty to breaking into a home and stealing clothes and jewelry, purportedly to support his cocaine habit. The 29-year-old Banning High graduate, who was banned from the NFL for substance abuse, was ordered to remain in a drug program and to pay more than $5,000 in restitution.
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May 11, 1991
Former pro football running back Stanley Wilson, who was banned from the NFL for drug abuse, pleaded guilty this week to residential burglary. The 29-year-old Banning High School alumnus and ex-Cincinnati Bengals star entered the plea Thursday as his trial was about to begin in Long Beach Superior Court. His possible sentence ranges from three years' probation to a six-year state prison term. He is free on $10,000 bail. Deputy Dist. Atty. H.
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December 15, 1990
Stanley Wilson, former running back for the Cincinnati Bengals who is banned for life from the NFL for drug offenses, was being held in the Long Beach Jail for investigation of burglary. Police said Wilson, 29, was arrested Thursday in an abandoned house.
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November 3, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND
Stanley Wilson, former Cincinnati Bengal running back, was released Friday after Los Angeles police did not have evidence to charge him with robbery, a detective said. Wilson, 28, was arrested Wednesday in Wilmington when officers recognized the car he was driving as one described by a victim of an Oct. 10 purse snatching. Detective Chuck Hart of Harbor Division said the victim was unable to identify Wilson as the suspect.
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November 1, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanley Wilson, banned from the NFL for using cocaine the night before the 1989 Super Bowl game, was arrested Wednesday by Los Angeles Police Dept. detectives on a warrant for robbery. Sgt. Roy Langheld of Harbor Division said Wilson was apprehended in Wilmington after officers stopped him in a car that had been identified by witnesses as one used during an Oct. 10 purse snatching.
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