The man accused in the Jan. 8 armed robbery of a Luxemburg convenience store will be back in Kewaunee County Circuit Court on March 1.
Judge Keith Mehn set bond at $10,000 cash for Jaccob P. Pate, 25, Green Bay, who authorities say is the man who held up Main Street Crossing at gunpoint just before 5 a.m.
The criminal complaint charges Pate with armed robbery with threat of force, a Class C felony under Wisconsin law.
Brown County authorities have also charged Pate with hold-ups at Superior Discount Liquor, Dino Stop Shell and Pit Row Shell in Green Bay, which occurred between 7:29 p.m. Jan. 7 and 4:34 a.m. Jan. 8.
A few minutes after the third robbery in Green Bay, the clerk at Main Street Crossing reported a white male with red hair and bushy beard was purchasing a Gatorade when he pulled a handgun from his pocket and demanded all the money in the register.
Pate was arrested later that day. He made his initial appearance in Kewaunee County Circuit Court on Thursday (Jan. 31). A preliminary hearing was scheduled for March 1.
He is due to be arraigned in Brown County Circuit Court on Monday (Feb. 4) after waiving his preliminary hearing in that case.