More charges have been referred against a man that was arrested in March for several other armed robberies.
Kevin Gillispie, 52, of Green Bay, is now facing four new charges for the armed robberies that happened in December 2015 and January 2016 in Appleton and Grand Chute.
Gillispie already has five additional charges of armed robbery for robberies that took place in Green Bay.
In the Appleton and Grand Chute area, police say that Gillispie robbed these locations: ‘Zza Odyssey Pizzeria on College Avenue in Grand Chute on December 30, Secrets Lingerie on West Ridgeview Drive in Grand Chute on January 5, Cartridge World on Richmond Street in Appleton on January 7, and the Family Dollar on West Wisconsin in Appleton on January 11.
In Green Bay, police say the suspect is believed to be the same person responsible for four robberies earlier in the year: The BP gas station located in the 2000 block of Main Street on March 2, The Subway located in the 1100 block of Radisson on January 27, the Family Dollar located in the 700 block of Lime Kiln, and the CVS Pharmacy in the 900 block of Main Street.
Gillispie is currently jailed in Brown County on those charges.