Wanted turd of the week.

St. Louis county court stood up, wanted fugitive nowhere to be found
By Ramona Marozas – Biography


February 24, 2016
Updated Feb 24, 2016 at 6:15 PM CST

Sandstone, MN (NNCNOW.com) — A Sandstone, Minn., man, charged with aiding and abetting an aggravated robbery, failed to appear in court on Wednesday.
Wesley King was scheduled to be sentenced in St. Louis County for a June 2015 robbery.
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He has warrants for his arrest in both Carlton and St. Louis counties.
The suspect is wanted for violating his probation in Carlton County.
If apprehended, King will spend one year in prison and five years of supervised probation.
He must also spend nearly four months in the Carlton County jail.
His sentencing in St. Louis county remains on hold until he is taken into custody.

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