Menominee Indian Tribe News

October 22, 2020

Update: Vehicle Arson and Discovery of Human Remains on
Menominee Indian Reservation

(Menominee Indian Reservation, WI) - Menominee Tribal Police Detectives are providing
additional information from an existing investigation of a burned out vehicle containing human
remains on the Menominee Indian Reservation.

On Wednesday, August 19, 2020, Menominee Tribal Police
responded to a report of an abandoned burned vehicle.
Menominee Tribal Police confirmed that investigators
found remains of a person in the vehicle. On October 21,
2020, investigators received confirmation from the
Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory that the remains
recovered from the vehicle were those of 24-year old
Stephanie Greenspon, of Green Bay.

Menominee Tribal Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Wisconsin
Department of Justice – Division of Criminal Investigation (NADGI Initiative) are jointly
investigating the events leading to the vehicle arson.

Investigators are asking for assistance from the public. Investigators
are seeking the whereabouts of 34 year-old Emerson K. “Kelo”
Reed for questioning related to the case. Emerson is approximately
5’6’’, 210 pounds, and is a male Native American. He is possibly in
the Green Bay/Oneida Reservation Area. If you see Emerson Reed,
please do not attempt to approach or apprehend. He has multiple
warrants and maybe dangerous. Call 911 and report it.

Anyone with information regarding this incident please contact the
Menominee Tribal Police Department at 715-799-3881 and ask
for a Detective. People with information can also contact the Milwaukee Field Office of the FBI at 414-276-4684.

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