A Heartland man accused of holding up the Pilot Grove Savings Bank in Packwood, Iowa with a knife Friday now faces two more charges unrelated to that crime.
Anthony Koehlhoeffer, 20, of Fairfield is now facing additional charges of first-degree robbery and first-degree burglary in connection with an October 3rd break-in at McDonald's in Fairfield.
Investigators said after Koehlhoeffer's arrest Friday north of Batavia, they received new information that pointed the finger of blame at him for the McDonald's burglary and robbery.
Koehlhoeffer was already charged with first-degree robbery, two counts of assault on a police officer, one count of assault on a police office causing bodily injury, 2nd-degree criminal mischief and interference with official acts causing bodily injury.
Those charges stem from Friday's hold-up of the bank in Packwood.
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