POCATELLO, Idaho - A 420-pound man was charged with felony robbery, accused of stealing beer from the same store he stole from in January, authorities said.
Levi Timbana, 23, of Fort Hall was accused of walking into the Cowboy Oil store Aug. 9 and taking a swing at a clerk who refused to sell him beer after hours. Prosecutors say the clerk held Timbana at bay with a metal pipe until police arrived; Timbana's companion allegedly fled with two cases of beer.
Police said Timbana punched a different clerk at the store during a January beer heist. He spent 43 days in jail in that case.
"You have to wonder if he's done this before and got away with it because of his size," Police Capt. Kirk Nelson said.
If convicted of felony robbery, Timbana could face up to life in prison. He remained in the Bannock County Jail in lieu of $70,000 bond. Arraignment was set for Monday
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