LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN (WXOW)-- A teenager charged in connection with an armed robbery is headed to trial after a judge found probable cause of a felony at a court hearing Thursday.
Juan Winslow, 19, is charged with armed robbery with the threat of force, as party to a crime. Winslow, along with two other teens, was arrested at a Logan football game on October 5.
According to police, the teens are suspects in a series of armed robberies, and admitted to being affiliated with a gang. One investigator who testified at the preliminary hearing says Winslow admitted to some involvement.
"He denied ever having a firearm in his hand but did admit going inside the residence and yelling, 'give me the money,'" said Investigator Andrew Rosenow, of the La Crosse Police Department.
Winslow is expected back in court in December.
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