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Wisconsin’s Most Wanted has $100K bond posted by convicted drug dealer

A Milwaukee, Wisconsin man who has a reputation for fleeing the law after being charged with a felony is set to be released again after reportedly posting bail of over $100,000 which was given to him by a convicted drug dealer.

Kenneth Twyman, 25, is one of Wisconsin’s most wanted people. He has been arrested three times by US marshals, paid bail three times to get out of prison and is now awaiting trial for allegedly shooting a man in April.

Kenneth Twyman is Wisconsin's Most Wanted and has been arrested three times by US Marshals and posted bail three times.

Kenneth Twyman is Wisconsin’s Most Wanted and has been arrested three times by US Marshals and posted bail three times.
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Court documents show Twyman was charged with felony first-degree reckless homicide involving the use of a dangerous weapon and possession of a firearm after being convicted of a felony.

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The charges stem from an April 21 incident when Twyman shook hands with Tayvon Luckett outside a gas station before shooting him twice, killing him, according to police.

A warrant for Twyman’s arrest was issued along with the charges. He was captured on July 10 and posted $100,000 bail. This was the third time Twyman had been captured by US Marshals.

Richard Stulo posted Kenneth Twyman's $100,000 bail.  Stulo is a convicted drug dealer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Richard Stulo posted Kenneth Twyman’s $100,000 bail. Stulo is a convicted drug dealer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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Fox station WITI in Milwaukee reported that Twyman was arrested in 2018 after leading police on a high-speed chase that resulted in an accident in which three people were injured. He was charged that day with five felonies: fleeing police after an accident with injuries, reckless second-degree endangerment, possession of more than 200 grams of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of 1-5 grams of cocaine with intent to distribute, and possession of less than 3 g Heroin intended for distribution.

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Police also obtained seven cell phones, and on one phone was video of Twyman driving through a Milwaukee neighborhood and firing an automatic weapon from the driver’s side window.

US Marshals tracked down Twyman with an arrest warrant in December 2018, but he posted $3,000 bail before disappearing. He was tracked down by marshals in January 2022 and again posted bail of $9,500 to get out of jail.

With bail set at $100,000, Twyman’s family was looking for a man named Richard Stulo, a drug dealer convicted of using his home as a base to traffic marijuana.

Kenneth Twyman faces murder charges in the alleged shooting and killing of Tayvon Luckett in April 2022.

Kenneth Twyman faces murder charges in the alleged shooting and killing of Tayvon Luckett in April 2022.
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In 2018, police searched Stulo’s home and found nine guns, more than three pounds of marijuana and $101,720 in cash.

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Parole records show that Stulo spoke to his parole officer and said he didn’t know Twyman, but that he knew his parents from church and a landscaping company, where he met Twyman’s father.

As part of the $100,000 loan, Stulo charges the family an additional $10,000.

Kenneth Twyman is considered Wisconsin's Most Wanted and could soon be released from a Waukesha, Wisconsin jail after a convicted drug dealer posted his $100,000 bail.

Kenneth Twyman is considered Wisconsin’s Most Wanted and could soon be released from a Waukesha, Wisconsin jail after a convicted drug dealer posted his $100,000 bail.
(fox WITI)

Twyman was transferred to Waukesha, Wisconsin to face drug charges before Stulo posted bail for Twyman to get him out of Milwaukee prison.

Twyman pleaded guilty to the Waukesha drug charges and was sentenced to 180 days in prison in October.

But there is bail so people awaiting trial don’t have to go to jail.

Waukesha County Jail administrators said Twyman received 94 days of time-served credit and because of his good behavior in jail, he received 45 days of “good time.”

He is scheduled to be released on November 22nd.

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Twyman’s trial on murder charges is scheduled for March 20, 2023.

A federal grand jury indicted Twyman on drug and weapons charges on Wednesday, and it’s not clear if that will affect his release date.

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