10/16/17 – A Campbellsport man was in Dodge County court yesterday for an initial appearance on felony burglary charges related to 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 in August 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. 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. Signature bond was set at $1,000 dollars and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for December 7th.