Alleged burglars’ accused of Lancer Lanes Casino robbery claim innocence

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Clarkston Police Dept. Detective testifies at burglary trial.
ASOTIN, WA - Two men accused of stealing almost $30,000 from the Lancer Lanes Casino are defending their innocence in court this week.

Troy Wilcoxon, 28, and 33-year-old James Nollette sat in the Asotin County Superior Courtroom for day two of their trial. A witness and detective in the case, Richard Muszinski of the Clarkston Police Department fielded questions from the prosecuting attorney and the defense attorney in regard to the investigation.

"He goes immediately down into the basement where the breaker boxes are," said CPD Detective, Richard Muszinski. "All the officers said the same thing that this was somebody that either was a past employee or was working there at the time."

The trial is expected to run through Friday, however depending on how long the witness questioning takes it could be extended.