Kingsford men charged in Green Bay

GREEN BAY, Wis. – Two Kingsford men have been charged with armed robbery after allegedly attacking a Jimmy John’s delivery driver in Green Bay earlier this week.

Michael M. Moniowczak, 20, faces one felony count of armed robbery, one misdemeanor count of battery, and one misdemeanor count of carry a concealed weapon, while Jeffery A. Grailer, 23, faces one felony count of armed robbery as a party to a crime and one misdemeanor count of receiving or concealing stolen property-less than $2,500.

The men were officially charged in Brown County Court Wednesday.

According to online court records, Moniowczak is being held on a $10,000 cash bond and Grailer was issued a $10,000 signature bond.

Preliminary hearings in each case are scheduled for June 27.

If convicted on the armed robbery charge, each man could spend up to 40 years in prison.

The charges stem from an incident that occurred at about 9:30 p.m. Monday on the 1800 block of West Mason Street in Green Bay.

According to information released by the Green Bay Police Department, a delivery driver from a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop reported that he was attempting to deliver sub sandwiches at a residence when he was told to go to a side door of the building.

He claimed that while he was walking, he was hit on the head with a club or similar object.

According to information obtained by the Green Bay Press Gazette, the driver was robbed of food, but no money.

Police said that the suspected assailant, identified as Moniowczak, ran into a wooded area. After responding and setting up a perimeter, police requested a K-9 unit.

Moniowczak was then located and bitten by the K-9 unit. Police said that he received minor injuries to his right arm as a result of the bite.

Police later located two other people associated with the incident in the area. One was identified as Grailer and one was a juvenile female, whose name will not be released.

Police reported that the delivery driver sustained non life-threatening injuries from being hit in the head.

Nikki Younk’s e-mail address is nyounk@ironmountaindailynews.com.