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Douglas County most wanted

The following offenders have active arrest warrants: Corey Alexander Gozdan, 33, is sought in conjunction with three cars were taken from a Superior car dealer's lot in January 2002. According to court records: Gozdan faces three felony charges o...

Corey Alexander Gozdan

The following offenders have active arrest warrants:

Corey Alexander Gozdan, 33, is sought in conjunction with three cars were taken from a Superior car dealer's lot in January 2002. According to court records: Gozdan faces three felony charges of operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent as a party to the crime. Five vehicles were stolen from the lot overnight. Gozdan was a passenger in three of the cars after they were taken, and was present at the lot when at least one was stolen, the complaint stated. One by one, an SUV, pickup truck and car were stolen from the lot and driven around Superior and Duluth. The SUV got a flat tire as the suspects were driving it, so they parked it near the car lot and stole the truck. While driving the truck they raced another car in Superior and Superior police chased them, actually stopping the other car. They ditched the truck near the lot and stole a car from the lot. Gozdan drove around Superior with the group in the car before going home.

Gozdan failed to make his initial appearance in Douglas County Court. He was returned on a warrant three weeks later and posted $750 cash bail. After attending his preliminary hearing, Gozdan failed to appear for arraignment in April 2002 and a bench warrant was issued.

Gozdan is a white male with black hair and blue eyes. He is 6-foot-1 and weighs 190 pounds. His birth date is Nov. 4, 1976.

David Matthew Starnes, 34, is sought for possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine. The charge stems from a February 2004 incident. According to court records: Superior police executed a search warrant on a hotel room in Superior occupied by Starnes and another man. They found 10.4 grams of meth in the room. Starnes admitted one of the containers of meth in the room was his, as were the two digital scales found in the room. Starnes told police that he was the meth source for the other man in the hotel room. He told them he was unemployed and was dealing meth to make money.

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After an initial hearing in Douglas County court, Starnes posted $2,000 cash bail. When he failed to make a preliminary appearance in March 2004, a bench warrant was issued.

Starnes is a white male with brown hair and eyes. He is 5-foot-6 and weighs 160 pounds. His birth date is April 4, 1976.

David Matthew Starnes

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