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Man wanted for questioning in reservation remains case taken into custody

Emerson "Kelo" Reed
Emerson "Kelo" Reed(Wisconsin Department of Corrections)
Published: Oct. 22, 2020 at 11:16 AM CDT
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MENOMINEE INDIAN RESERVATION, Wis. (WBAY) - UPDATE 11/4:

A man wanted for questioning in the case of a woman’s remains found on the Menominee Indian Reservation has been taken into custody.

Menominee Tribal Police say Emerson “Kelo” Reed, 34, was located on Nov. 4. No further information was released about his possible connection to the case.

Police were looking for Reed to ask him questions about the remains of a woman found in a burned vehicle on the reservation.

The Wisconsin State Crime Lab identified the remains as Stephanie Greenspon, 24, Green Bay.

On Aug. 19, Menominee Tribal Police were called to a report of an abandoned vehicle on the reservation. The vehicle had been burned. Officers confirmed human remains inside the vehicle.

On Oct. 21, Tribal Police were informed that the remains were Greenspon.

Menominee Tribal Police, the FBI and Wisconsin Department of Justice Native American Drug and Gang Initiative are investigating.

INITIAL REPORT

Menominee Tribal Police are looking for a 34-year-old man for questioning in the case of human remains found in a burned vehicle.

The man is identified as 34-year-old Emerson K. “Kelo” Reed. He’s described as a male Native American, 5′6″, 210 pounds. Police believe he may be in the Green Bay area or the Oneida Reservation Area.

If you see him, do not approach him. He has multiple warrants and may be dangerous, police say.

The Wisconsin State Crime Lab identified the remains as Stephanie Greenspon, 24, Green Bay.

On Aug. 19, Menominee Tribal Police were called to a report of an abandoned vehicle on the reservation. The vehicle had been burned. Officers confirmed human remains inside the vehicle.

On Oct. 21, Tribal Police were informed that the remains were Stephanie Greenspon.

If you see Emerson “Kelo” Reed, do not approach him. Call 911.

If you have information about this case, call Menominee Tribal Police at 715-799-3881 or the Milwaukee FBI at 414-276-4684.

Menominee Tribal Police, the FBI and Wisconsin Department of Justice Native American Drug and Gang Initiative are investigating.

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