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MCSO arrests Michigan fugitive

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online

Michigan fugitive Jeremy Stiven
Jeremy Stiven

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office apprehended a fugitive last week who was wanted in Michigan for multiple charges stemming from alleged acts against children.
According to Montgomery County Sheriff David White, his office was contacted by Sgt. Robert Wells Thursday, November 5, regarding the location of 35 year old Jeremy Stiven who was wanted in Lapeer County Michigan for alleged sexual assaults against minors. Sheriff White stated he was tracking the suspect’s cell phone when Stiven was spotted on Highway 27. Sheriff’s Deputies Willie Bartell and Josh Baker executed the arrest of Stiven.
Sgt. Wells arrived in Mount Ida Friday, November 6, and transported Stiven back to Michigan. Sheriff White shared that Sgt. Wells later reported that Stiven allegedly confessed to sexually assaulting three female family members ages eight to 10.
Stiven faces two felony charges and a misdemeanor charge in Michigan related to the alleged assaults. He has been charged with Criminal sexual conduct – 1st Degree (victim under age 13, defendant over age 17); Children accosted for immoral purposes; and misdemeanor Aggravated indecent exposure.

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