ROCK COUNTY (WIFR) -- A Janesville man will spend the next 25 years in prison after admitting to breaking into a home and holding the residents at gunpoint.
Christopher Kimps, 25, plead guilty to armed robbery among a slew of other charges.
The robbery happened in January 2013 in the Town of Fulton. Police say Kimps and three others broke into the home, bound the victims with duct tape, then forced one of them to open a gun vault. The alleged robbers were arrested the next day.
The three other robbers will be sentenced in March.
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