KENOSHA, Wis. (WTAQ) - A $1 million bond was set Tuesday for a fourth person charged in last summer’s robbery of a Kenosha drive in where a cook was murdered. Prosecutors said 25-year-old Justin Condroski knew about plans to rob Shirl’s Drive In, served as a lookout, and helped others who were involved get away. Condroski was charged Tuesday with being a party to homicide, attempted homicide, and armed robbery.
18-year-old Robert Wilde was shot to death during the heist – and his manager, James Hagelund, was wounded and survived. The new charges were filed after one of the other defendants reportedly told police about a mistake they made during their investigation. It was not clear whether Condroski was the subject of that alleged mistake. He’s due back in court April 23rd.
Meanwhile, co-defendants Julian Miller and Daniel Gonzalez return to court on Friday. A judge will decide whether a potential jury can hear statements the two men made to police. The other defendant, 26-year-old Jose Leon-Nava, has been convicted and will be sentenced April 26th.