Burger King Robber Gets Prison, 2 Years After Holdup

A 21-year-old man from Holmen gets 12 years in prison for his role in a fast-food holdup...

Samuel Wing was sentenced today, more than two years after he and another man stole money from an Onalaska Burger King. While Wing's attorney suggests that the robbery was a crime of impulse, Judge Elliott Levine says much planning was involved, because the robbers had to know where to go in the building to find the money, and what time of day to commit the holdup.


Wing was found guilty by a jury, but maintains his innocence. However, he told the judge today that he did play a part in the crime.


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