Rhinelander Daily News: 8 Jun 1934: Wounded Men Named in New Complaints
WOUNDED MEN NAMED IN NEW COMPLAINTS Liquor Store Proprietors Claim t* Valuable Rings Taken by Thugs. MILWAUKEE, June 8 (/P)—Edward Grochowski, 20, and Walter Chojnacki, 21, Port Washing-ton, both wounded in an attempted getaway from a liquor store robbery Wednesday, were named In new complaints today after a difference of more than $2,500 in the value of the loot in the robbery was discovered. • , In the complaint filed by police, the amount taken was listed as §88.50. Richard Salomon, one of the store proprietors, yesterday signed an amended complaint declaring the youths had obtained $202.25 in cash and two diamond rings worth $2,400.