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Two charged for robbing woman in front of her house

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Kenyatta Clincy and Montreal Freeman of Milwaukee are facing one count of armed robbery by use of an article the victim reasonably believed to be a dangerous weapon, and one count of robbery by the use or threat of force, party to a crime, habitual criminality.

According to the criminal complaint, Clincy and Freeman allegedly robbed a woman in front of her house.  Freeman was the getaway driver and Clincy performed the physical robbery, according to the complaint, which also indicates that Freeman used an implement that appeared to be a shiny metal object.

The victim warned her husband that the robber may be armed with a gun.   According to the complaint, the co-defendants obtained the victim’s purse.

The first count carries a maximum penalty of a fine not to exceed $100,000, or imprisonment not to exceed 40 years, or both.  The second count carries a maximum penalty of a fine not to exceed 50,000, or imprisonment not to exceed 21 years, or both.

A preliminary hearing for Kenyatta Clincy is scheduled for June 25, 2013 at 1:30 pm.  An initial appearance has not yet been scheduled for Montreal Freeman.

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