Part of the reason is because his family failed to file a missing person's report., but Lubbock school officials wanted to know what happened to him.
Wilson attended Coronado in 2005, but stopped showing up to class in March.
That May, a court affidavit shows LISD officials met with his mother about the matter, but that meeting the only thing LISD could legally do was file a warrant for truancy.
"Visiting teachers followed the system, filed the papers in justice court and from their on it's really up to the parents," said Tom Nichols of LISD Police. "Number one they have to respond to the justice court on why their child is truant, and if in fact they don't know where their child is, it is the parent or guardian or family's responsibility to file a report with the Lubbock Police Department."
Notes on what was said at the meeting with Wilson's mother are sealed by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act.