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Incident Report for Case #2013-315834

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Incident Date

10/07/2013 - 8:54 AM


216 Cottage Grove Rd. (Anchor Bank)


Male, black, mid-30's, 5'10", stocky build, wearing a gray sport coat dress slacks, plaid golf hat.

Male, black, early 20's, wearing a doo-rag under a flat hat with a bigger brim, dark clothing, and silver colored glasses.


 Mr. Plunkett has been arrested by the Racine Police Department on a probation hold. He is the primary suspect in the Madison bank robbery and the MPD's case detective has been dispatched to Racine to talk with Mr. Plunkett. The MPD would like to thank the Racine Police Department for assistance in getting Mr. Plunkett in custody.

The suspects in the bank robbery have been identified as Walter L. Johnson, age 25, and Juan L. Plunkett, age 40. 

Mr. Johnson has been arrested on a probation hold and the MPD will recommend he be charged with Party To A Crime – Robbery.

Mr. Plunkett, the man scene in the surveillance photo, is still at large. There is a warrant for his arrest.

Anyone knowing his whereabouts is urged to contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 266-6014.

Last updated 10/15/2013 at 8:31 AM by PIO Joel DeSpain


An Anchor Bank branch, 216 Cottage Grove Rd., was robbed this morning by two men. No weapons were seen. One robber approached the teller, while a second took a seat while the crime was committed. A surveillance photo of the main robber, who was somewhat dapperly attired, is being distributed. If anyone recognizes this man they should call Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 266-6014. 

Released 10/07/2013 at 12:41 PM by PIO Joel DeSpain

The location shown is approximate & may not be accurate.

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