March 22, 2023

Who is Adam Curtis Williams? Man Wanted for Felony Theft; Bio, Wiki, Age, Girlfriend, Facebook, James and Michelle Butler’s RV and truck

Adam Curtis Williams Bio, Wiki

Adam Curtis Williams is a 33-year-old man who has been identified as the man who was seen driving James and Michelle Butler’s RV and truck over the border into Mexico. The Butlers were last seen on October 15th and their bodies were found on November 1st. An arrest warrant was issued for Williams for felony theft, but he already had a long history of crime and convictions in Utah. He had just been released from federal prison on a supervised release in December 2018.

Adam Curtis Williams Background & Description

Adam Williams was born on February 19th, 1986, as per the Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office’s wanted a poster. In a press conference, police said he has a scar below his left eye that may or may not be covered by makeup. His bond will be set at $1 million, District Attorney John Hubert said during a November 5 press conference.

He was last seen driving the Butlers’ truck and RV across the Mexican border with a woman who has since been named as Amanda Noverr, also named as a person of interest. The couple was traveling in a truck and RV, both with New Hampshire license plates. The truck is a four-door pickup: 2018 Silver Chevrolet 2500 with the license plate 3738968. The truck was town a white Cedar Creek RV with license plate T533534. These next two photos show what the RV and truck look like.

He’s listed as being 6’1″ and 220 pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes. Another report indicates that he was also arrested on June 4, 2018, by the U.S. Marshal Service.

District Attorney John Hubert said during the second press conference that they crossed into Mexico on October 21st at Eagle Pass. He’s believed to be in Mexico and is considered armed and dangerous, officials said.

Adam Curtis Williams Wanted

Adam Curtis Williams Previous Arrest

Adam Williams has had previous arrests. The Weber County Sheriff’s Office posted a mugshot of Williams for an arrest in Utah.

Adam C. Williams was arrested then in Utah after a long investigation led to a drug bust as per A 2010 story by KSL. He and Melissa Bauer were arrested after being found with two pounds of marijuana, more than $3,200 in cash, four stolen guns, more than a thousand hydrocodone pills, and drug equipment. He was 24 at the time of the arrest, HJ News reported. Williams faced four counts of possession to distribute, three counts of firearm possession by a restricted person, and two counts of possession of a stolen firearm. At the time, he was registered with probation services.

Court documents further show that at the time of his 2010 arrest, he possessed a Phoenix Arms .22 caliber handgun, a 9 mm Springfield XD handgun, and an AK-47. He was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He pleaded guilty to Counts II and III of his charges, which included possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense. He said he possessed the firearms for his protection while selling drugs, according to court documents, and the firearms had been moved previously across state lines. He was sentenced to 100 months, followed by 60 months of supervised release. Here is a screenshot of part of his plea.

Williams was just given a supervised release from federal prison in December 2018, according to court records.

In May 2018 he was found with heroin, which violated his supervised release. He was not sent back to prison but had extra conditions added to his supervised release, according to a July 2019 court document, which said his previous special conditions were reimposed and he could not possess alcohol or frequent any businesses with alcohol.

Adam Curtis Williams Rape Allegations

While he was on supervised release, a petition was filed alleging that he violated his supervised release in July 2019. The allegations for August 4th included possession of alcohol, assault or domestic violence, assault by a prisoner, and resisting arrest. The court documents also noted that he was alleged to have committed rape, forcible sexual abuse, and forcible sodomy on April 18th, 2019.

Adam Curtis Williams was Driving a Truck with Amanda Noverr. Kleberg

Although Williams was driving the truck, a woman was seated beside him but could not be seen clearly in the photo. Hubert said on Monday, Nov. 4th that the male and female have distinct tattoos and the man was wearing large gauge earrings.

The woman, listed as a person of interest, was identified as Amanda Noverr. Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the spelling of her last name with Heavy. Noverr is 32 and also from Utah, according to public records.  She previously went by Amanda Barker when she was married to Joshua Paul Barker, according to public records. They declared bankruptcy in 2017.

A look at her LinkedIn profile shows that she previously worked as a sales associate at Midwest Center until 2011 and as a boxer for Schreiber from 2008 to 2010. She was convicted of public intoxication and misdemeanor assault in Logan County, Utah in 2012.

Who are James and Michelle Butler? 

James, 48, and his wife, 46-year-old Michelle, were reported missing on Oct. 23 after friends and family lost contact with them. The Butlers were last seen on Oct. 15th and their bodies later found in a shallow grave in Corpus Christi on Oct. 27th.

The couple is from Rumney, New Hampshire, WMUR reported. Prior to their disappearance, they had talked to relatives almost every day. They had been traveling in Texas for a while. James Butler shared this photo from the road in Texas in June 2019.

Deborah Van Loon has never seen the man Texas police are calling a suspect in her brother’s mysterious death.

“I still have that bit of anger, we’re just trying to wrap our heads around all this anyways,” Van Loon said. “Just frustrated.”

The Butlers’ family believed the couple was heading to Fort Lauderdale in Florida for a part-time job and they were supposed to arrive on November 20th. A GoFundMe has been set up to help the family of James and Michelle Butler.

A sign outside the Butlers’ home in Rumney, New Hampshire reads: “Because Nice Matters.”