MOUNT CLEMENS, MI – Daniel Leussenkamp Jr. 25 years old of Wyoming, MI, Kevin Seely 25 years old of Belding, MI and Kimberly Wonsey 20 years old of Wyoming, MI are being sought by police for violent crimes they have committed on others across Michigan.
A nationwide manhunt is underway for the three accused of a statewide crime spree that started near Grand Rapids and stretches to metro Detroit. Their crime spree started last weekend with an attack on a man at a motel in Wyoming, MI near Grand Rapids.
The 50-year-old victim, who knows at least one of the suspects, told police the three forced their way inside his motel room around 3 a.m. Saturday morning. The victim said he was stabbed several times by two men who then robbed him before fleeing the scene with the woman.
The next day, the three are believed to have allegedly carjacked an elderly woman at a Meijer store in Greenville, about 40 miles away from the first crime scene.
Warrants for in the Greenville carjacking have been issued by the Montcalm County Prosecutor’s Office with a nationwide extradition order on Monday morning.
Police say the trio then traveled more than 160 miles to Mount Clemens, where they apparently broke into a home and assaulted a woman. The woman apparently had been a childhood friend of Daniel Leussenkamp’s.
Police believe the three have fled Michigan and have enlisted the help of the U.S. Marshals to locate them.
The Michigan Department of Corrections has Daniel Leussenkamp Jr. listed as an Absconder from Parole. He was paroled just over a month ago on June 10th, 2014. He cut off his tether over the weekend.
Leussenkamp was convicted of safe breaking and second-degree home invasion in Kent County and was sentenced in 2007 to from six to 30 years in prison.
His aliases include:
- Cheeks Leussenkamp
- Daniel Leussenkamp
- Daniel Edward Leussenkamp
- Daniel Edward Leussenkamp II
- Daniel Edward Leussenkamp, Jr.
- Daniel Edwardjr Leussenkamp
Kevin Seeley was convicted in Ionia County of assault with a weapon and breaking and entering a coin-operated device in 2008.
Seeley was also convicted of malicious destruction of property in 2008 and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor in 2006.
Kimberly Wonsey was convicted in Kent County for soliciting prostitution and was sentenced in December 2013 to 1 day in jail and probation.
Persons with any information about the Mount Clemens incident, the three intruders or any of the crimes are asked to contact the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office at 586-469-5151 or call 911 immediately.