KALISPELL - Montana
60-year-old Ernest Wilcock was convicted in Flathead District Court in May of 1998 after an 11-year-old girl reported the molestations to police.
He has continuously tried to appeal his sentence to the Montana Supreme Court.
As part of the sentence, he was not able to be on parole until the victim reached 25 years old, which was in 2010.
Wilcock also served five years in the Utah prison system after firing 13 shots at a woman who rejected his sexual advances.
So it appears he's a really bad shot.
Court documents reveal that Wilcock also tried in 2011 to access his deceased daughter's life insurance payout after she was strangled to death in a Kalispell motel room in 2003. The Montana Supreme Court denied that request.
The death of Wilcock's daughter remains Kalispell's only unsolved murder.
Does he sound like the kind of man who would murder his own daughter for insurance money? I hope the parole board tells him not to apply again for 30 years.
His parole hearing starts at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.