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Aitkin County Most Wanted: June

There are two new faces on the Aitkin County Sheriff's Office's 10 Most Wanted list for June. Koty Allen Kremer and Kyle Jon Wilczek join Steven James Iverson, Chris David Kujawa, Kevin Robert Lawrence, Gene Russell Lindman, Terry Thomas Olson, G...

Kenneth Walker
Kenneth Walker Jr.

There are two new faces on the Aitkin County Sheriff's Office's 10 Most Wanted list for June.

Koty Allen Kremer and Kyle Jon Wilczek join Steven James Iverson, Chris David Kujawa, Kevin Robert Lawrence, Gene Russell Lindman, Terry Thomas Olson, Gary George Powers, Kenneth Walker Jr. and Adam Levert Williams.

Some people on the list in Aitkin County have been wanted by authorities from as far back as 1998. Several on Aitkin's Most Wanted have been on the list for several months.

If people have seen any of the suspects, the sheriff's office asks them to call 218-927-7435. People do not have to identify themselves to authorities when turning in a Most Wanted person.

The 10 Most Wanted list in Aitkin County:

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• Iverson, 53, is wanted for felony of issuing a worthless check. His warrant was issued Dec. 14, 2006.

• Kremer, 24, is wanted for second-degree burglary. His warrant was issued April 20, 2015.

• Kujawa, 52, is wanted for making terroristic threats. His warrant was issued Dec. 21, 1998.

• Lawrence, 43, is wanted for fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. His warrant was issued Feb. 25, 2003.

• Lindman, 55, is wanted for felony theft. His warrant was issued Dec. 31, 2014.

• Olson, 40, is wanted for felony theft by check. His warrant was issued July 12, 2004.

• Powers, 68, is wanted for wildfire/arson. His warrant was issued May 4, 1998.

• Walker, 28, is wanted for felony theft. His warrant was issued Dec. 26, 2014.

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• Wilczek, 31, is wanted for first-degree driving while intoxicated. His warrant was issued June 3, 2015.

• Williams, 37, is wanted for possession of stolen property. His warrant was issued March 20, 2015.

JENNIFER STOCKINGER may be reached at jennifer.stockinger@brainerddispatch.com or 218-855-5851. Follow on Twitter at www.twitter.com/jennewsgirl .

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