Casco robbery gives pause to roadside deeds

A robbery in Casco Monday night is giving good Samaritans extra pause when it comes to helping stranded motorists. At around 8 p.m., a woman stopped near the intersection of County highways A and C for someone she thought was stranded. Instead, a masked man described as tall, white, and in his mid-20s, greeted her with a knife and a demand for money. Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski says each person must decide if they want to get involved with a situation but should take proper precautions.


Joski encourages people to call the county’s dispatch center if they see motorists stranded or other suspicious behavior. The Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department is still investigating the incident as the search for the robber continues. 

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