Police Search for Suspect in Monday Bank Robbery

Jeremy Andregg, 31, was identified by surveillance video during the robbery of Equitable Bank on Monday, and he is wanted in connection with the attempted robbery of Walmart last month.

The is searching for a 31-year-old man who is a suspect in several area crimes, including a bank robbery on 27th Street on Monday.

Jeremy Andregg is wanted for questioning in the robbery of Equitable Bank, 6279 S. 27th St., yesterday, according to Greenfield Police Chief Brad Wentlandt. Andregg allegedly presented a threatening note to a teller and fled after obtaining an undetermined amount of cash. He was identified by surveillance video.

Andregg, 31, is also wanted in connection with the attempted robbery of , 4500 S. 108th St. on June 28.

According to Wentlandt, Andregg is also being sought in connection with several other crimes in the Milwaukee area including a bank robbery in West Allis, the robbery of a Walmart in Franklin and numerous thefts, including the theft of a vehicle from Milwaukee.

Wentlandt said Andregg is a known heroin addict and has threatened the use of a weapon in each of the Greenfield robberies.

If you have information about Andregg's whereabouts, call the Greenfield Police Department at 414-761-5301, or to provide an anonymous tip, call 1-800-78-CRIME.

Carolyn Tyler July 04, 2012 at 04:07 PM
Jeremy David Andregg aka Jeremy D. Gagliano
Carolyn Tyler July 09, 2012 at 03:36 AM
Greenfield Police posted on their Facebook Wall and on Twitter that suspect, Jeremy Andregg has been apprehended. See URL for Fox 6 Milwaukee story: http://fox6now.com/2012/07/08/police-say-tip-helped-them-nab-robbery-suspect-jeremy-andregg/
Carolyn Tyler July 13, 2012 at 07:55 PM
Jeremy D. Andregg made an initial court appearance July 13, 2012 at 8:30 AM. He was charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court with 4 crimes to wit: Count 1 ~ Armed Robbery with threat of force Count 2 ~ Robbery of a Financial Institution Count 3 ~ Robbery with threat of force Count 4 ~ Robbery of a Financial institution. There is no future court date set as of this writing. I am certain he is looking at a long period of incarcerarion. This is a very sad way for a handsome, young man to spend his life.
Elizabeth Gagliano July 27, 2012 at 02:22 AM
Who are you and why are you blogging about this young man.
Elizabeth Gagliano July 27, 2012 at 02:23 AM
Please reply
Carolyn Tyler August 05, 2012 at 03:38 AM
As you can see Elizabeth Gagliano, my name is clear. As far as blogging, I merely updated information. Why do you ask?
PARENT October 20, 2012 at 08:51 PM
Jeremy Andregg was admitted to Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex on 5-26-2012 because of a heroin overdose. he was transported from St. Lukes Southshore to the Mental Health complex. This was an emergency detention. he was released 6 hours later. He again was brought to Milw County Mental Health by parents Joe and Elizabeth Gagliano on 6-29-2012. Mrs Gagliano told professionals of jeremys history of mental health illness. He was dia in 1998 of bi-polar w/clinical depression and HDAD disorder. She also informed that Jeremy was dia at age 3 with juvenile rh arthritis which progressed into adult arthritis the reason why the drug addiction came into play.Jeremy became addicted to pain killers from prescription pain killers. If the Dr. would have done their job on May 26th MY SON WOULD NOT HAVE HAD AN ACUTE EPISODE IN WHICH HE WAS TRYING TO OVERDOSE ON HEROIN
roger December 31, 2012 at 11:32 AM
This guy is a p.o.s.. he stole money from me as well as my children. He has done this countless times with countless people. As fast as I am concerned, they cannot give this career criminal enough time behind bars. Guaranteed, when he gets out he will be right back into a life of crime!


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