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3 confess to armed robberies, Waukesha police say

Jan. 07, 2012
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By Meg Kissinger of the Journal Sentinel

Jan. 07, 2012 0

Three Waukesha men confessed Saturday to three recent armed robberies in New Berlin and Waukesha, according to Capt. Ron Oremus of the Waukesha Police Department.

Armed robbery charges have been referred to the district attorney for two 19-year-old men and one 18-year-old.

The robberies happened Friday morning at Rindt's Service Station, 19400 W. College Ave., New Berlin; Thursday at the Stop N Go, 910 W. St. Paul Ave., Waukesha; and Dec. 22 at Discfunktion, 910 W Sunset Drive, Waukesha.

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About Meg Kissinger

Meg Kissinger is an investigative reporter for health and welfare. She was a 2009 Pulitzer Prize finalist for investigative reporting and is a two-time George Polk Award winner: 2013 for "Chronic Crisis" and 2009 for "Chemical Fallout."

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