UPDATE: Suspect Arrested for Armed Robberies Identified

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UPDATE

Tuesday, December 4 2:54 pm

Police have identified the man they say robbed multiple businesses in the Green Bay area. He is 26-year-old Charles Skenandore. Police say they have connected him to the following robberies:

  • Toppers, 2042 Main St. on November 6
  • Elf’s Gifts, 1132 S Military Ave. on Nov 8
  • Bake My Day, 1203 E. Mason St. on November 17
  • Stoneridge Shell, 1053 Velp Ave. on November 21
  • Subway, 2569 W. Mason St. on November 25

Police say Mr. Skenandore allegedly stole $1,000 combined from the five businesses. Police also believe the robberies were committed in order to fuel a drug habit.

ORIGINAL STORY

Tuesday, November 27 5:28 pm

Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested

The Green Bay Police Department has arrested a suspect believed to be connected to a recent series of armed robberies.

Police say he’s a 26-year-old man from Green Bay, but are not releasing his name. Police say they received a report on Tuesday afternoon that the suspect was at a residence on the Osha-He-Ta Trail on the west side of Green Bay. Area schools were placed on lockdown as a safety precaution.

Police say the suspect surrendered without incident and the lockdown was then lifted.

The investigation is ongoing and the suspect has not yet been charged.
 

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