Three men and a Wauwatosa woman are facing charges after they allegedly robbed a Greenfield man at a Wauwatosa hotel in order to steal drugs and money.
Ryan Glenn Bacon, 25, of Watertown, Douglas Gregory Becker, 28, of Watertown, Jeffery Jamaul Harris, 28, of Milwaukee, and Samantha Lyn Wilson, 22, of Wauwatosa, are each facing one count of armed robbery for robbing the man last Wednesday at the , 2303 N. Mayfair Road. If convicted, they each face up to 40 years in prison and $100,000 in fines.
According to the criminal complaint:
Wilson was staying overnight with the victim at the Radisson but she left at 7 a.m. to go home and take her kids to school. At 9 a.m., the victim said, he heard a knock on the door and thought it was room service; however, two masked men barged into the room, put him in a sleep hold and demanded to know where the money was.
The victim told one of the men to take the money out of his pants, but they continued to choke him, hit him on the head with a handgun and then threatened to shoot him. One of the men then took the victim, walked him to the bathroom, struck him on the head with the gun again, shut off the lights and closed the door.
The victim told police the men stole 330 Oxycodone pills, 40 methadone pills, a cell phone, car keys, his wallet and other items.
While responding to the call, a Wauwatosa police officer spotted the car with the suspects in it and stopped it in a driveway in the 1800 block of North 74th Street. Police found pills, a pellet gun, a 3-inch knife and masks.
The victim told police he didn’t tell anyone he and Wilson were staying at the hotel. But Wilson said she had called Bacon and bragged to him about the two of them staying at such a nice hotel – and told him the room number.
She said she'd had a sexual relationship with Bacon for the past six years, and he had wanted to rob her boyfriend for some time because she told he always has a large amount of “Oxy pills.” She said he asked her to set him up several times so he could rob the victim and wasn’t surprised to hear about the robbery after it happened.
The victim required eight stitches due to injuries he sustained during the robbery.
According to court records, Wilson was convicted of burglary in 2010, fraud and identity theft in 2008, and possession of cocaine in 2007.