A man arrested in January for robbing banks in Dallas has been indicted by a grand jury.
Jim Wesley Davis, 56, also known as “The Toboggan Bandit,” was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals in Denison last month (story).
Now, a federal grand jury in Dallas has indicted him for four alleged bank heists in November and December of last year. All but one of those robberies were armed hold-ups.
Davis faces a maximum sentence of 152 years in prison and $1.75 million in fines.