Nationwide search for West Michigan stabbing, carjacking suspects
GREENVILLE, Mich. — Three people are wanted in connection with a string of recent crimes across the state, according to Greenville Public Safety officials.
Kimberly Ann Wonsey, 20, Kevin Michael Seely and Daniel Edward Leussenkamp, both 25, are wanted in connection with a Greenville carjacking, a Wyoming stabbing and an assault and robbery in Mount Clemens.
The three allegedly carjacked a woman July 20 in the parking lot of the Greenville Meijer, 606 S Greenville W Dr. The woman was was not injured.
Police also believe Leussenkamp was involved in a non-fatal stabbing two days earlier in Wyoming. Following the Greenville carjacking, the three made their way to Mount Clemens, where they allegedly broke into a woman’s home and assaulted and robbed her.
According to Macomb County Sheriff Tony Wickersham, the victim in that incident has a child with Leussenkamp.
Greenville Public Safety officials say the three are likely no longer in the state.
According to The Daily News in Greenville, the Montcalm County Prosecutor’s Office issued arrest warrants for the carjacking Monday morning with nationwide extradition orders. The U.S. Marshall’s Office is now also involved in the investigation, The Daily News reports.