Teenage Brothers Charged In Dual CUHold-Ups

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SKOWHEGAN, Me. - (09/20/04) -- The older of two teenage brotherscharged with separate robberies at Franklin-Somerset FCU thissummer, pleaded innocent of all charges during his arraignmentFriday. James 'Tony' Wildes, 19, and his 16-year-old brotherChristopher Wildes, are charged with robbing more than $45,000during the two heists, then hiding out at their uncles home. Theyounger brother is being held in a juvenile detention centerawaiting psychiatric evaluation. None of the stolen funds has beenrecovered. The boys' uncle, Wayne Wildes, who allegedly provided agetaway car and a hiding place, was charged with hinderingarrest.

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