Anthony Fesh, right, appears in Toledo Municipal Court today with public defender James MacHarg.
The Blade/Dave Zapotosky
A Toledo man accused of being involved in a spate of robberies was arraigned today in Toledo Municipal Court.
Anthony Fesh, 32, who gave police various addresses, was ordered to remain in the Lucas County jail in lieu of $260,000 bond. He is charged with two counts each of robbery, forgery, drug possession, receiving stolen property, and one count of drug paraphernalia.
Mr. Fesh was arrested along with his co-defendant, Dustin Werner, 25, 2555 Castleton Ave., on Friday.
When police took Mr. Fesh to the jail, nurses there turned him away because of a "medical situation," officials said. Mr. Fesh remained in a local hospital until after 9 p.m. Monday when he was booked into the jail.
Mr. Werner remains in the jail in lieu of $330,000 bond.
He is charged with three counts of forgery and robbery, two counts of possession of drugs, and one count each of drug paraphernalia and receiving stolen property.