Robbery suspect accused of stuffing electronics in his trousers


Shine Williams Credit Micah Smith | WBTV

According to police, shortly before 11 p.m. officers were dispatched to an apartment building near 8th and Niagara for a report of a disturbance. The man was bruised in his face and refused medical attention. He was later released.

At around 4:30 p.m. on January 22, police were dispatched to Close Knit yarn and crafts store, at 1630 Orrington Ave., on a report of an armed robbery.

Kurterreon Wilson was reportedly in the auto with Jaelen Bell when police located him on Thursday. Two victims suffered gunshot wounds and were transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Wilson refused to stop the auto and led police on a brief pursuit before it was called off. The driver simply missed the driveway, however the occupants of the SUV did tell police they heard shots.

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Both have been remanded into custody.

Authorities were already on the scene and the situation was still developing, police reported in the message.

A 19-year-old Milwaukee man faces almost $250,000 in fines and more than 100 years in prison, while a 28-year-old Racine man charged as an accomplice faces a total fine of $90,000 and 36 years, six months in prison for their roles in a February 16 robbery in Mount Pleasant. A $50,000 bond is set for the possession of a stolen motor vehicle charge. He was charged with theft of property, evading arrest in a vehicle and evading arrest on foot.

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