Sioux City Man Arrested For Allegedly Robbing Same Bank Second Time

Sioux City, Iowa — A Sioux City man is charged with second-degree robbery for a bank holdup that may have been a repeat of a past crime.

Police say 31-year-old Jonathan Birdnecklace entered the Great Southern Bank shortly before 10 a.m. and passed a note to the teller demanding money. He allegedly made a threat to shoot the teller if they pushed an alarm. He was located about a mile away by police later Tuesday afternoon. This is the second time Birdnecklace has been arrested for allegedly robbing that Great Southern Bank.

He was arrested and charged with robbing the bank on October 30th of 2014. Birdnecklace was convicted of second-degree robbery that time and served several years in prison.


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