More charges against inmate who fled Iowa hospital
Tue, 21 Dec 2010 19:24:48 GMT —
Davenport police have filed more charges against a jail inmate who fled from an Iowa City hospital and set off on an 18-hour crime spree that authorities say included multiple carjackings and subsequent crashes.
Anthony Koehlhoeffer was arrested last Wednesday in Bettendorf after crashing one of several vehicles he's believed to have stolen while on the lam.
Koehlhoeffer, who was being held on robbery charges, escaped the night before while receiving court-order treatment at University Hospitals and Clinics.
The Ottumwa Courier says Davenport police have filed robbery and theft charges against Koehlhoeffer in Scott County. He has already been charged with being a fugitive and eluding authorities.
Koehlhoeffer remains in the Scott County jail. A telephone call to his attorney, Timothy Tupper, on Tuesday was not immediately returned.Previous StoriesCounty followed proper procedure for prisoner transfer - Thursday, December 16, 2010Hospital officials gave Jefferson County deputies a receipt accepting custody for Koehlhoeffer. Update: Escapee caught - Wednesday, December 15, 2010The escapee was captured in Bettendorf, Iowa Wednesday night after wrecking a car. Bank robbery suspect suspected in other crime - Monday, November 01, 2010The man accused of holding up a bank at knifepoint is now charged in connection with a burglary and robbery at McDonald's. Packwood bank robber charged in second robbery - Monday, November 01, 2010Anthony Michael Koehlhoeffer is charged with robbing a McDonald's earlier in October. Southeast Iowa bank robbed at knifepoint - Friday, October 29, 2010Man arrested and charged in Packwood, Iowa's Pilot Grove Savings Bank knife robbery. Manhunt is over - Thursday, September 04, 2008A man who escaped from the Scotland County Sheriff's office is back in custody.