September 1, 2017 – West Bend, WI – The names have been released for two of the suspects arrested for allegedly burglarizing A-1 Pools and Mad Max in West Bend.
On August 18, 2017, at about 4:05 a.m., West Bend Police received calls of two burglaries to businesses at A-1 Pools, 1168 N. Main St. and Mad Max Clark, 1512 W. Washington Street.
Officers found someone had forced entry into both businesses. Suspects were developed and later located at a residence in Lomira.
According to West Bend Police Chief Ken Meuler the suspects are a 16-year-old male from West Bend, 18-year-old Sean Brockman from Campbellsport and an 18-year-old Zoe Tew from Lomira were arrested for their involvement in the two burglaries in West Bend as well as a burglary in Fond du Lac County and an attempted burglary in Lomira.
According to Meuler all three were arrested.
Brockman is facing a pair of Felony F charges of Burglary-Building or Dwelling. Brockman is scheduled to appear before Judge Andrew Gonring on Sept. 27 for a hearing.
The adults were placed in the Washington County Jail and the juvenile male was placed into the juvenile secure detention facility.
Most of the property taken in the burglaries and burglary tools were recovered during the investigation.