UPDATE: All 4 suspects in custody in pair of Barron Co. home inv - KBJR 6 Your Weather Authority: News, Weather & Sports

UPDATE: All 4 suspects in custody in pair of Barron Co. home invasions

Posted:
BARRON COUNTY, WI -

UPDATE (WQOW) - Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said the other two suspects in the home invasion, Tyler Rognholt, 17, of Cameron and Jonah Blake, 20, of Cumberland, were taken into custody in Eau Claire.

They will be held in the Barron County jail pending formal charges. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Two teenage boys are under arrest in connection with a pair of home invasion robberies this week in Barron County.  And authorities are looking for two more suspects, who were identified today.

Zach Schwanke, 17, of Barron, and Ricky Gjerseth, 17, of Black River Falls are jailed in Barron County on charges of robbery, according to a press release from Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald.

Authorities are searching for Tyler Rognholt, 17, of Cameron and Jonah Blake, 20, of Cumberland.  Both are considered suspects in this week's home invasions.  Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call 911.

Fitzgerald says the joint investigation involves the Rice Lake, Barron and Chetek Police Departments, in addition to his own agency.

===================================================================================================

Barron County (WQOW) - The Barron County Sheriff's Department is investigating two home robberies Tuesday evening, where the suspects entered the homes with a gun and bats.

The first invasion happened at 370 E Birch Ave., in Barron shortly before 8 p.m. Police said four males wearing masks carrying a gun and bats entered an apartment and held a person at gunpoint while they took several items from the apartment.

About 45 minutes later, another call came in reporting a home invasion. This time, three males entered the home, held the person at gunpoint and stole items. In this invasion, a person was struck with a bat as he tried to tackle one of the suspects, according to police.

Police believe the two incidents to be connected, but police don't know who is responsible.

If anyone has information about this case you are asked to call the Barron County Dispatch Center at 715-537-3106 or you can send an anonymous tip-text BCTIPS with your tip information to 847411. Also, everyone should report anything suspicious in your neighborhood to 911.

Powered by Frankly