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Crow Wing County's most wanted list has new faces

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All but two on the Crow Wing County most wanted list for October are new faces. Carl Andrew Raba and Celeste Lynn Nelson are still on the list.

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Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the individuals on the list is asked to contact the sheriff’s department at 218-829-4749. As of Oct. 4, the number of estimated active warrants in Crow Wing County is 970.

• Jessica Rakae Stockman, 26, is wanted for probation violation on a fifth-degree drugs charge. Her warrant was issued Sept. 27.

• Brandon Lee Burton, 24, is wanted for a fifth-degree drugs charge. His warrant was issued Sept. 26.

• Celeste Lynn Nelson, 30, is wanted for probation violation on a fourth-degree drugs charge. Her warrant was issued Aug. 28.

• Michael Dangela Rodriguez, 25, is wanted for theft. His warrant was issued Sept. 25.

• Carl Andrew Raba, 43, is wanted on two charges: probation violation on a receiving stolen property charge and probation violation on a fifth-degree drugs charge. His warrant was issued Aug. 13.

• Nathan Phillip Schnaufer, 27, is wanted for third-degree assault. His warrant was issued Sept. 25.

• Derek James Iverson, 20, is wanted for second-degree burglary. His warrant was issued Sept. 30.

• Elfreda Mae Sam, 31, is wanted for probation violation on a fifth-degree drugs charge. Her warrant was issued Sept. 6.

• Sydney Charles Hopkins, 28, is wanted for probation violation on a theft charge. His warrant was issued Sept. 17.

• Steven Hamilton Whitney, 36, is wanted for probation violation on a theft charge. His warrant was issued Sept. 17.

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