Mark Bladel, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office, says 25-year-old James Hohlfeld of Moline appeared Thursday at a Davenport courthouse and was ordered held on charges of bank theft. Bladel says Hohlfeld’s cousin and co-defendant, Dylan Trones, was arrested in Wisconsin and appeared Thursday at U.S. District Court in Madison.
According to a criminal complaint, Hohlfeld and Trones stole the money and some $1,800 in stamps from an armored car belonging to the Rochester Armored Car Service. The complaint said Hohlfeld onced worked for Rochester and was familiar with the company’s routes and procedures.
Ryan A. Klem, 34, of 70 Campbell Ave., was arrested about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday on Third Avenue Extension, about a block from the store, police said.
Store security allegedly saw Klem shoplifting and approached him, police said. Klem grabbed the security officer and “body slammed” him into a glass entrance, police said. He then fled.
Officers spotted Klem, who ran to the nearby Target store parking lot. Bystanders slowed him down by getting in his way, police said.
Klem was captured after a brief struggle.
He was arraigned before Town Justice Kevin Engle on charges of third-degree robbery and resisting arrest, sent to the Rensselaer County Jail and ordered to be in Town Court on April 8.
McGuire Bowden, 5, died Tuesday night after being hurt in a go-cart crash.
According to the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, father and son Jeffrey and Christopher Page were driving the go-carts near old McKenzie Highway and collided head-on.
Christopher Page’s 2-year-old daughter was also hurt.
The men have been charged with reckless homicide and assault with a deadly weapon.
Investigators believe speed and alcohol contributed to the crash.