STANTON, Mich. (WOOD) – One of the three suspects in a crime spree that spanned three Michigan cities has been extradited to Michigan.
Kevin Seely, 25, was arraigned on one count of carjacking in Montcalm County District. His bond is $175,000.
Seely has a pre-trial scheduled for 1 p.m. August 11 and a preliminary hearing for 1 p.m. August 12.
Michigan officials had to travel to Herkimer, NY to pick up Seely where he was being held in jail. He was arrested in Little Falls, NY on July 23 – the same day his alleged accomplices, 25-year-old Daniel Leussenkamp and 20-year-old Kimberly Wonsey were arrested in Alpine Township at the York Creek apartment complex.
Police were searching for the trio after they allegedly robbed a man at a Wyoming motel on July 19.
Investigators said the three carjacked an elderly woman in Grandville the next day and later committed an assault and robbery on the east side of the state.
Lessenkamp has already been arraigned on four felony charges in connection to the Wyoming stabbing.
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