Burglars face charges for break-in

Two men thwarted with bedpost by Packers running back

Two Green Bay men face charges of burglarizing the home of Packers running back Noah Herron, who hit one of them over the head with a bedpost when the man came into his bedroom.

Yeshua Tate, 31, was charged with two counts of being party to burglary on Friday after he was released from a Madison hospital.

The same charges were filed Monday in Brown County Circuit Court against Joel Mullin-Romo, 20, who was arrested outside Herron's home. He has remained in custody on a probation hold.

Investigators said Tate had a key in his pocket for a sport utility vehicle parked nearby that had three flat-screen TVs inside that were taken from a neighboring residence.

Police said Mullin-Romo had $3,500 in cash when he was apprehended.

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