LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) - A court appearance Tuesday for a Gays Mills man charged in a series of robberies in the area around UW-La Crosse.
Joshua Dull is facing four counts of burglary as a repeater between January 13 and February 18 of this year. All of the burglaries involved theft of electronics such as xboxes, iPods, cell phones, and even a large screen TV, as well as kicking in the doors of the residencies.
Detective Sergeant Mike Blokhuis of the La Crosse Police Department explained, "Investigators set a surveillance on Mr. Dull and watched him go in. By kicking the rear door of that residence, Mr. Dull went into the residence for a short period of time, went back to his vehicle. Drove the vehicle to the rear door of that residence and load a large screen TV Into the back of that vehicle."
Judge Gonzales entered not guilty pleas on behalf of Dull. The matter is set for internal review within 45 days. If there is no resolution by that time the case will go to trial.
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