Jose Munoz, man convicted in Concertina Beer Hall shooting, sentenced to eight years in prison

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Jose Munoz

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — 22-year-old Jose Munoz, one of three suspects accused in an armed robbery and shooting incident that occurred in August of 2013 at Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall, was sentenced to eight years in prison and seven years extended supervision Wednesday, September 17th.

Munoz initially faced one count of felony murder, armed robbery.

In court on Thursday, March 6th, charges were amended, and Munoz pleaded guilty to one count of second degree reckless homicide as party to a crime.

Munoz is one of three suspects accused in a robbery and shooting incident that occurred at Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall on Milwaukee’s south side on August 16th.

One suspect — a 23-year-old Milwaukee man, identified as Carmelo Matos-Arzola was shot and killed by Andy Kochanski, the owner of the Concertina Beer Hall.

Another suspect, 25-year-old Joel Rivera of Sturtevant was charged for the death of Matos-Arzola during the armed robbery.

He and Munoz were reportedly found together in Illinois — where they were arrested.

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