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Gronosky convicted of strip club robbery

September 05. 2013 12:39PM

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WILKES-BARRE — After deliberating for about 25 minutes this morning, a Luzerne County jury convicted William Gronosky of all charges relating to the March 2012 robbery of a Plymouth Township strip club.

Gronosky was convicted of the charges, including robbery and theft by unlawful taking, after a two-day trial.

Prosecutors say Gronosky and another man, Kevin Williams, entered the Carousel Lounge shortly after 9 a.m. on March 15, 2012, pushed owner Julius Greenberg to the ground and got away with $3,500.

County Judge Michael Vough said Gronosky will be sentenced on Nov. 6. Gronosky still faces a number of charges on several unrelated cases, including a trial that is scheduled to begin Monday on allegations Gronosky burglarized a Laflin home.

For more on the story, see tomorrow’s edition of The Times Leader.

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