9/26/17 – A Campbellsport man is facing felony Burglary charges in connection with an attempted break-in at the BP gas station in Lomira. Prosecutors say Sean Brockman and a 16-year-old accomplice attempted to gain entry to the business last month while it was closed by throwing a rock through the door. Investigators identified the suspect vehicle through a license plate captured on video surveillance and traced it back to Brockman. The 19-year-old reportedly confessed the burglary along with several other business break-ins in the region that night. In all instances, a rock was used to break glass; cigarettes, liquor and cash were among the items taken. Brockman also allegedly admitted his role in two West Bend burglaries, one at A-1 Pool Supplies and the other at a Clark gas station. He is charged with two felony counts Burglary in Washington County court where he is facing up to 25 years in prison; he has a hearing on the calendar there tomorrow. If convicted of Attempted Burglary as a Party to a Crime in Dodge County court, Brockman faces a maximum sentence of over six years in prison. An initial appearance is on the calendar next month. Brockman also admitted to a break-in at the BP gas station in Campbellsport but has not yet been charged.