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Green Bay Police Department
Thursday June 28th, 2018 :: 08:54 a.m. CDT


22 Guns recovered From Rosalie Ln Burglary from June 10th

Investigators have recovered the 22 stolen guns that were stolen from a residence in the 1400 BLK of Rosalie Lane between June 7th-10th. Since the burglary occurred, investigators have been following up on leads, developing suspect identities, and working closely with the Menominee Tribal Police Department to recover the stolen guns.

The stolen guns were recovered in a ditch in the Keshena area. Investigators have worked with the Menominee Tribal Police to develop information pertaining to the suspects who dumped the guns in the ditch.

After multiple interviews of the homeowner and the people that were in the house while the homeowner was away, investigators are recommending charges to the Brown County District Attorney Office for
•Katherine LaGrow, a 38 yr. old Green Bay resident for Burglary-
Felony and Receiving Stolen Property-Felony. She was jailed on
these charges and is out on bond.

•Mark Fleury, a 74 year old Green Bay resident. Investigators
are referring the charge of Receiving Stolen Property for Fleury.

The investigation uncovered that LaGrow had access to the victims home while the victim was out of town. She was also determined to be a close associate of the victim. Also, investigators believe LaGrow is responsible for taking the guns out of the house to use as collateral for the purchase of drugs.

As the investigation continues, more suspects may be charged. Also investigators recommend that all gun owners secure their weapons at all times.

We encourage all residents to follow the below crime prevention tips
1. Attach gun locks to all your weapons. The Green Bay Police
Department provides these free of charge
2. Secure all weapons in a safe/secure storage facility
3. Record all of your weapons serial numbers.

If anyone has more information pertaining to this burglary, we encourage you to contact the Green Bay Police Department at (920) 448-3208. You can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward by contacting Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers by phone at 920-432-7867, through their website at, or by downloading the P3 app through Google play or App store.

Green Bay Police Department
307 South Adams Street
Green Bay, WI 54301

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 920-448-3200

Kevin Warych

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