Steamboat Springs A 20-year-old man is scheduled to enter pleas to felony charges today for a robbery that occurred Thanksgiving.
William S. Russick will formally enter pleas to felony charges of aggravated robbery with an armed confederate and theft in 14th Judicial District Judge Richard P. Doucette's courtroom.
Russick also will enter a plea to a misdemeanor wiretapping charge for the alleged robbery that occurred just after 2 a.m. Nov. 23 at Kum and Go.
Russick has been held in the Routt County Jail on $20,000 bond since he turned himself in Dec. 5.
Russick, along with Gregg H. Grabowski, allegedly entered the convenience store wearing ski goggles and bandannas over their faces to conceal their identity.
Russick allegedly demanded money from the clerk while holding a four-foot wooden stick. Russick was able to get away from the store with about $1,000.
During the robbery, Grabowski allegedly unplugged a telephone and ran out of the store with a part of it. Grabowski , 23, was caught outside the store by the clerk and was arrested when police arrived.
Grabowski pleaded guilty to felony robbery in February. He will be sentenced by Doucette at 9 a.m. April 9. The former Kum and Go employee faces two to six years in prison, three years of parole and a fine as much as $500,000.