Alexander Lewis Kotila-Rodrigues (left) and Dylan Wilson. (Washington State Department of Corrections)

Alexander Lewis Kotila-Rodrigues (left) and Dylan Wilson. (Washington State Department of Corrections)

Fugitive Watch

Alexander Lewis Kotila-Rodrigues

Age: 31

Height: 5 feet, 6 inches

Weight: 144 pounds

Hair: Black

Eyes: Brown

Kotila-Rodrigues has a felony warrant for failing to report to the Department of Corrections. He is supervised for third-degree child molestation and failing to register as a felony sex offender. He is Level 2 Registered Sex Offender.

Dylan James Wilson

Age: 21

Height: 5 feet, 9 inches

Weight: 131 pounds

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Brown

Wilson has a felony warrant for failing to report to the state Department of Corrections. He is being supervised for two counts of possession of a stolen vehicle. Wilson is an affiliated gang member.

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