BLUE ASH, OH (FOX19) - An Indianapolis man was arrested last weekend in connection to two Blue Ash bank robberies while on probation for past bank robberies.
Dennis Grigsby, 51, was taken into custody on Saturday without incident, according to the Blue Ash Police Department.
He is charged with two counts of second-degree robbery, stemming from a Sept. 8 U.S. Bank robbery at 9545 Kenwood Road and an Oct. 25 robbery of a U.S. Bank at 11200 Kenwood Road.
Grigsby was on a federal probation from 2011 convictions for bank robberies in northern Ohio. Authorities are investigating the suspect's involvement in even more bank robberies.
Grigsby is being held in Indianapolis awaiting extradition back to Ohio.