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Aitkin Most Wanted: July

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Aitkin Most Wanted: July
Brainerd MN 506 James St. / PO Box 974 56401

There is one new face on the Aitkin County Sheriff's Office's Top 10 Most Wanted in July.

Joshua Thomas Ahern joins Lester Eddy Bell Jr., Chris David Kujawa, Kevin Robert Lawrence, David Leroy Morseth, Terry Thomas Olson, Scott Allen Pearson, Gary George Powers, Shawn Allen Richmond and Adam Levert Williams.

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If you have seen any of the suspects, the sheriff's office asks you to call them at 218-927-7435. Callers have the choice to be anonymous.

The current Most Wanted list in Aitkin County:

• Ahern, 25, is wanted for second-degree criminal sexual conduct. His warrant was issued June 16, 2014.

• Bell, 51, is wanted for fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. His warrant was issued March 26, 2012.

• Kujawa, 51, is wanted for making terroristic threats. His warrant was issued Dec. 21, 1998.

• Lawrence, 42, is wanted for fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. His warrant was issued Feb. 25, 2003.

• Morseth, 45, is wanted for fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. His warrant was issued March 14, 2013.

• Olson, 39, is wanted for felony theft by check. His warrant was issued July 12, 2004.

• Pearson, 48, is wanted for theft of an automotive vehicle. His warrant was issued Oct. 29, 2007.

• Powers, 67, is wanted for wildfire/arson. His warrant was issued May 4, 1998.

• Richmond, 35, is wanted for felony theft. His warrant was issued May 14, 2004.

• Williams, 36, is wanted for felony receiving stolen property. His warrant was issued June 18, 2013.

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Jennifer Stockinger
(218) 855-5851
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