Man pleads guilty after 2 Eau Claire armed robberies

UPDATE: Jail time was ordered Monday for the suspect of two Eau Claire armed robberies last year. 

Judge Jon Theisen gave Derrick Rapley two years behind bars, followed by ten years on probation.

Rapley and another man were accused of holding employees of an Eau Claire Domino’s at gunpoint while robbing it. Police said Rapley and several others also robbed an A-1 taxi driver at knife-point. 


The suspect in two Eau Claire armed robberies pleaded guilty Friday to some of the charges against him.

Derrick Rapley, Eau Claire, was charged along with several others of robbing a taxi driver at knife point in February 2017. He was also accused of taking part in last April’s gunpoint robbery of a the Domino’s on North Clairemont.

Rapley will be sentenced in May.

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