Accused Lambertville bank robber held on $100,000 bond

Goss is accused of robbing a Lambertville credit union but is also facing charges in Toledo.

A Sylvania Township man accused of robbing a Lambertville credit union, this week, appeared in Toledo Municipal Court on Friday.

Brandon Goss was arrested Thursday on an unrelated warrant for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

On that charge, stemming from an In-and-Out Mart robbery at 5830 Douglas, Presiding Judge William M. Connelly, Jr. ordered Goss held on $100,000 bond.

The 27-year-old is also accused of using a gun during a hold-up the Education Plus Credit Union on Sterns Road in Lambertville, on Wednesday.

Just after the heist, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and FBI released surveillance photos of the suspect to local media.

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24 hours later, investigators in Michigan announced that tips from the public had helped identify Goss.

However, before the identification was made, Goss had already been arrested by Toledo Police.

There's no word on when Goss may face charges in Monroe County.

Friday night he remained behind bars at the Lucas County jail but was granted a request, made to Judge Connelly, to use a phone.

Goss' case in Toledo was continued until March 3rd.