LANSING, MI – Michigan State Police need your help to locate two wanted fugitives for two very different crimes.
- Antonio Perkins, black male, 35, 5’4″, 150Ibs, wanted for Failure to Appear on a Shooting Charge in Kalamazoo County. Perking is accused of shooting multiple rounds into a Kalamazoo Township home in January 2019.
The home is located in the 4000 block of Grand Prairie Road in Kalamazoo Township. It was intentionally set on fire on January 24th, 2019. That was 11 days after Antonio Perkins allegedly shot up the house. The fire claimed the life of Gary Robert Selig, 71-years-old, who lived in the home.
Based on records from the Michigan Department of Corrections, Antonio Perkins has two prior felony convictions. Those are for the following:
- Weapons – Firearms – Possession by Felon
- Weapons – Felony Firearms
- Todd Lilge is a white male, 52 years old and is wanted for Criminal Sexual Contact 2nd Degree in Allegan County. He has possibly fled to the Tennessee area.
Todd Lilge was last seen at the Plainwell Public Safety Department around 10:00 a.m. on January 18th, 2019. His vehicle was found about 21 miles away at a state gaming area in Allegan County on 125th Avenue near 43rd Street in Heath Township, east of Fennville.
Lilge is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 240 pounds. He has gray and brown hair with brown eyes.
Please contact D/Sgt. Melisa Bernum at 269-921-5608 or Bernum-SchaubM@michigan.gov with any information pertaining to their whereabouts.