Pate charged in Luxemburg armed robbery

The Kewaunee County District Attorney has formally charged Jaccob Pate in the January 8th armed robbery of Main Street Crossing in Luxemburg.  Investigators say Pate pulled a handgun on a clerk, demanded all of the money in the cash register and took off with less than $500.  Pate has also been charged in Brown County with a series of armed robberies hours earlier in Green Bay.  An initial appearance has not been set in connection with the Luxemburg robbery.  Kewaunee County District Attorney Andrew Naze says that's due to timing with Brown County's case against Pate.


Pate is being held in the Brown County Jail on $30,000 cash bond. He's scheduled to be arraigned in Brown County Circuit Court on February 4th in connection with the Green Bay robberies.  

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