LA CROSSE, Wis. - A La Crosse County judge set a $2,500 cash bond Wednesday for the fourth person charged in the "Get Money Boys" case.
DuJuan Jackson, 18, of La Crosse, has been charged with party to the crime of armed robbery with use of force and party to the crime of armed burglary. Jackson turned himself in on Tuesday.
According to the criminal complaint, on October 5, 2012, five black males wearing ski masks and carrying handguns entered an apartment on the 500 block of 5th Avenue South in La Crosse. Police documents reveal investigators believe this and other similar incidents are all tied to a gang known as the "Get Money Boys" or G.M.B.
On November 20, Jackson's cousin, Areschial Page, 18, of La Crosse was charged with armed robbery with use of force, armed burglary, felony bail jumping, obstructing an officer and felony bail jumping-new crimes.
Page told investigators that they stole a half pound of marijuana, a gun, an iPhone, a laptop computer and an ammunition clip for an assault rifle from the apartment.
On October 5, La Crosse police arrested three suspects at the Logan High School football game: De'aaronn Appleton, 17, Juan Winslow, 19, and a juvenile.
According to the criminal complaint, a search warrant was executed on October 31, 2012 at 8:10 p.m. at Page's home at the 800 block of 6th Street in La Crosse. Investigators said they found drug paraphernalia. Investigators also found two wallets on the bathroom closet shelf, which belonged to the two robbery victims.
Jackson, Page, Appleton and Winslow are all scheduled to appear in court on December 4.
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