WYOMING, Mich. (WZZM) – A man accused of leading a cross-state crime spree, ranging from carjacking to assault, appeared in a courtroom Friday morning to face charges.
Daniel Leussenkamp is considered a habitual offender which means the charges could land him behind bars for the rest of his life.
Police say over a span of a few days, Leussenkamp robbed and stabbed a Wyoming man at a motel, carjacked an elderly woman in Greenville, and drove to Macomb County near Detroit where he committed an armed robbery.
He is facing one count of assault with intent to murder, assault with intent to do great bodily harm, armed robbery, and home invasion. If he is convicted, it would mark his fourth felony charge which would bump the punishment for two of those charges to life in prison.
One alleged accomplice, Kimberly Wonzey, appeared in court Thursday on an unrelated charge. The other, Kevin Seely, will be arraigned once he is brought back from New York, where he was arrested.
Leussenkamp will appear in court again on August 6.