ALPINE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WZZM) — All three suspects in a statewide crime spree have been arrested, federal authorities said Wednesday afternoon.

U.S. Marshals arrested two members of the trio, Daniel Leussenkamp Jr. and Kimberly Wonsey, at York Creek Apartments.

Soon after, investigators announced the capture of Kevin Seely in Little Falls, New York. Authorities say they took him into custody without incident. He's being held in the Herkimer County Jail and will await extradition proceedings.

The three are wanted for allegedly committing a stabbing, carjacking, assault, and a robbery in Wyoming, Greenville, and Macomb County.

Wednesday afternoon, Leussenkamp and Wonsey were arrested at York Creek Apartments. Police also impounded a vehicle with Pennsylvania plates as part of the investigation; however, it's unclear how it is connected to the trio.

WZZM 13's partner, the Daily News, reports authorities had to tase Leussenkamp. "He put up some resistance. He brandished a knife at one of the marshals after a foot chase," Greenville Department of Public Safety Director Mark Reiss said.

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The trio is accused of stabbing and robbing a a 50-year-old man around 3 a.m. Saturday at the Jim Williams Motel on South Division in Wyoming. Police believe the victim was acquainted with Leussenkamp.

They are also wanted for stealing a car from an elderly Rockford woman in the Meijer parking lot in Greenville Sunday morning. Investigators say as the woman was getting into her car, Wonsey approached her and asked if she could hitch a ride to the Danish Kingdom park area.

When the elderly victim agreed, Leussenkamp and Seeley quickly got into the car. Leussenkamp held a screwdriver to the victim's throat and forced her to drive to Greenville. The elderly Rockford woman was then forced to exit the vehicle but the suspects stole her purse and car. She was not physically hurt.

From Greenville, the trio allegedly drove Mount Clemens in metro Detroit. According to Macomb County investigators, a 27-year-old woman with whom Leussenkamp has a child let the suspects into her home. During an argument about the child, who was in the care of the woman's mother, authorities say Leussenkamp slapped the woman and he and Wonsey bound her hands behind her back with an extension cord and tied her to a chair.

The woman managed get out of the house, and a neighbor called 911. She was treated for a concussion and contusions.

Warrants for the Greenville carjacking were issued by the Montcalm County Prosecutor's Office with a nationwide extradition order on Monday morning.

Property managers at York Creek Apartments said in a statement that neither Leussenkamp, Wonsey, nor Seely had ever been leaseholders or registered occupants of York Creek.

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