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BREAKING: Rogers Found Guilty In Shooting Death Of Andrew Jones

Jacob Rogers, 27, was found guilty of first-degree intentional homicide while armed by a jury in Racine County Felony Court Thursday in the shooting death of his friend Andrew “Drew” Jones over $100. Rogers was also found guilty of possessing a firearm by a felon. The jury deliberated for about an hour and returned the guilty verdict just after lunch, […]

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Rogers Pleads Not Guilty In Homicide Case

Jacob Rogers, who is accused of shooting his friend Andrew Jones over money, pleaded not guilty at his arraignment held in Racine County Felony Court Tuesday, March 25. Jacobs is being held on a $1 million cash bond. Rogers, 27, was charged by the Racine County District Attorney’s Office on March 2 with 1st degree intentional homicide and possession of a firearm by a […]

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Arraignment Hearing Set In 3 Mile Road Homicide Case

A Racine Police Department detective assigned to the shooting death of Andrew Jones said Jacob Rogers, a Racine man accused of killing Jones over money, confessed to the homicide and another friend, Jacob Albright, saw him do it. Detective Warren Jepson explained during a preliminary hearing held in Racine County Felony Court on Wednesday, March 18 that Albright saw Rogers […]

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Homicide Victim Likely Shot Over Money, Friends Setup Benefit

Homicide victim Andrew Jones, 27, was shot to death by his friend Jacob Wayne Rogers Monday, March 2 after Rogers and his girlfriend Katelyn McGraw let Jones stay with them after they lost custody of their newborn baby, according to Jones’ brother Latimar Jones. But what caused the disagreement is not yet clear. Rogers told friends on Facebook Tuesday afternoon […]