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AN alleged dating app "predator" who has been dubbed a "danger to women" is being sought by cops after a woman collapsed at a bar and died.

The man previously accused of drugging and stealing from women he met on dating apps is now wanted for questioning in the woman's death.

2Olson was seen with the victim before she collapsedCredit: WISN 2Timothy Olson, 52, is wanted for questioning in a woman's death and a series of allegedCredit: Racine, WI Police Department

Surveillance footage obtained by WISN from November 17 showed Timothy Olson, 52, at a bar with a 55-year-old Wisconsin woman.

Sam Anderson, a bartender working at the time of the incident, said that the woman had a medical issue and suddenly became unconscious minutes after she arrived at the bar with Olson.

She collapsed before having a sip of her drink, she claimed.

"As soon as she was down, I called 911," Anderson said.

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"The man she was with yelled that he was going to go get an inhaler."

While Olson allegedly did not return, the woman was taken to the hospital, where she died.

"I wish I could've done more," the bartender said.

In a news release, police said that an autopsy was ongoing, and as of November 22, no one had been charged.

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"We are still trying to determine the cause of death and are seeking to question Timothy Olson," Chief William Jessup of the South Milwaukee Police Department told The U.S. Sun.

Racine Police previously sent out warnings about Olson, who is accused of meeting women through a dating app, drugging them, and then stealing from them.

"Olson has been linked to another woman in a bar who fell unconscious while in his presence," the news release said.

"This incident occurred on Thursday, November 17, 2022.

"This is now the third woman that we know of, from other jurisdictions, who have ended up unconscious while being in Timothy Olson’s presence.

"The Racine Police Department would like to caution the women in Racine County and get the public's help in locating a male subject who has met women on dating apps and victimizes them, resulting in financial loss."

Police have been searching for Olson, who is approximately 6-feet, 3-inches tall and weighs around 250 pounds.

He has a warrant out for five counts of Felony Personal ID Theft-Financial Gain out of Mt Pleasant Police Department, local media reports.


A criminal complaint reviewed by WISN alleges that a previous victim met Olson on, where he used the name "Tim Wilson."

The two went on a date in September and the following morning, her car was gone, though Olson reportedly said it was at the Applebee's where they met.

The victim found four unauthorized charges on her debit card from two Kwik trips, totaling $800.

Another $403 transaction at a credit union was declined.

The victim told police that she thought she was "roofied" during the date and "did not remember anything else that happened that night."

Surveillance video from the businesses was used to identify Olson as a possible suspect.

He has also reportedly used the names Tim Olson Jr, and Russell Tijerna Jr.


WISN tracked down the suspect's mother, who said: "She's lying. He'd never drug anybody."

The mother said that she did not know where Olson is.

Law enforcement is warning women to be aware of the alleged crimes and asking other potential victims to come forward.

"If you have been victimized in this way or if you have any additional information about this incident the Racine Police Department Investigations Unit would like to speak to you.

"Any witnesses, or citizens with information, are urged to call ATF Task Force Officer Detective Contreras of the Racine Police Department Investigations Unit at (414)378-6734.

"Those who wish to remain anonymous may contact Crime Stoppers by phone at (262) 636-9330, or through the Crime Stoppers app by using the p3 app."

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The employee, 19-year-old Bianca Palomera, told this news organization that she had not initially realized the extent of her injuries. After emergency surgery, doctors concluded her right eye could not be saved.

Police investigators opened a case into the attack, reviewing footage of the incident from surveillance cameras and other evidence to find the suspect, a 20-year-old San Francisco man, at a Hayward address.

U.S. Marshal Service agents arrested White-Carter Monday morning and turned him over to Antioch police detectives, who booked him into Martinez county jail on suspicion of felony mayhem and aggravated assault causing great bodily injury. He was listed in custody on $225,000 bail, and faces a hearing at Martinez Superior Court Tuesday afternoon, according to a county jail records check.

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“If you come to Antioch, let me make myself perfectly clear and I have made myself perfectly clear in the past: you will be found, you will be arrested and you will face criminal prosecution through the District Attorney Diana Becton’s office,” Thorpe said in part. “We will not tolerate it here.”

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Anyone with information on the case may e-mail Antioch police Det. John Cox at or text an anonymous tip to 274637 (CRIMES) using the key word ANTIOCH.

Contact George Kelly at 408-859-5180.

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