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Several face charges in Grant Co. burglaries

Published On: Dec 20 2012 03:03:32 PM CST
Grant County Sheriff Nate Dreckman
LANCASTER, Wis. -

The Grant County Sheriff's Department said it has completed several months of investigations and was able to solve multiple burglaries within the county.

Sheriff's officials said the following burglaries were solved: Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Building in Liberty Township; Hickory Grove golf course; Fennimore High School; and cabin burglaries in Castle Rock Township.

The Grant County Sheriff's Department said four people have been charged in connection with the burglaries.

Dillon Potts, 18, of Fennimore, has been charged with four counts of burglary, four counts of criminal damage to property and three counts of theft.

Ryne Stanko, 20, of Fennimore, has been charged with four counts of burglary, four counts of criminal damage to property and three counts of theft.

Robert Goodman, 18, of Fennimore, has been charged with three counts of burglary, three counts of criminal damage to property and two counts of theft.

Sheriff's officials said a juvenile has also been charged with burglary, criminal damage to property and theft.

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