Brothers Guilty In Double-Dip CUHold-Ups

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SKOWHEGAN, Me. - (01/05/05) -- James 'Tony' Wildes pleaded guiltyTuesday to robbing Franklin-Somerset FCU twice last year, alongwith his teenage brother. Wildes, 20, pleaded guilty to two countsof robbery and one count of conspiracy and is scheduled to besentenced later this month, District Attorney Evert Fowle told TheCredit Union Journal. Wildes, along with his 16-year-old brotherChristopher Wildes, robbed the credit union's Madison branch of$15,000 on July 6 and $30,000 on Aug. 12. The younger Wildespleaded guilty to participating in one of the robberies and iscurrently serving time at a youth detention center.

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