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Bank robbery suspects enter not guilty pleas
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MONROE - The three men arrested in connection with a June 25 bank robbery in Orangeville entered not guilty pleas in Illinois federal court Wednesday, according to federal online court records.

The indictment states Joseph D. Anderson, 26; Monare Moore, 23; and Damarceo Paschol, 23, on June 25 took $25,509 from the Orangeville Community Bank, 401 S. Church St., and were carrying handguns and a rifle. All three pleaded not guilty to the indictment in front of Magistrate Judge P. Michael Mahoney.

The three men led law enforcement on a high-speed chase through rural Green County following the robbery at about 9:30 a.m. The suspects fled the vehicle on Wisconsin 11 outside Brodhead in Rock County before being apprehended by Rock County Sheriff's Department deputies.

Moore's criminal history includes two felonies and one incarceration with the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC). He is currently on probation, according to court records.

Anderson, according to court documents, "has a criminal history including four felonies and three IDOC commitments." Court records also said Anderson has prior probation revocations and is on state felony probation.

A status hearing is scheduled for 11 a.m. Sept. 9.