Chartiers Valley basketball standout faces passionate attack charges – Pittsburgh Post
March 9, 2017 - Basketballs
The heading scorer for a Chartiers Valley High School basketball group was arrested Tuesday and charged with rape and 6 other offenses associated to a Mar 1 occurrence in Scott Township with a 17-year-old girl.
Ross Wilkerson, a comparison and standout basketball and ball actor during Chartiers Valley, was arrested by Scott Township military and expelled on bail. Besides rape, Wilkerson, 18, is charged with wrong hit with a minor, wrong restraint, passionate assault, aggravated faulty assault, crime of minors and elementary assault.
Wilkerson faces a rough conference Mar 16 in front of Scott Magisterial District Judge Craig C. Stephens.
According to a rapist complaint, Wilkerson invited a lady to his home by a amicable media app Snapchat. He told her he had something for her and to come to a pool residence in a behind of Wilkerson’s home, where Wilkerson and a crony were.
The lady went to Wilkerson’s home and to a pool residence and pronounced she was forced into a closet, where Wilkerson forcefully had sex with her, according to a complaint.
Wilkerson is a comparison and a three-year starter on a Chartiers Valley basketball team. He is averaging 15 points a diversion and surpassed 1,000 career points progressing this season. He helped Chartiers Valley to a WPIAL semifinals final week, and a group will start play in a PIAA playoffs Friday night opposite Meadville during Edinboro University.
When contacted about a charges and either Wilkerson will play Friday, Chartiers Valley basketball manager Tim McConnell said, “I am not available to criticism since it’s a tyro crew matter.”
Wilkerson also was one of a tip pitchers on a Chartiers Valley ball group that won a WPIAL pretension final season. He recently motionless to attend John Carroll University and play baseball.