A man accused of a Tallahassee bank heist earlier this week will remain in jail until his trial, and the feds want him after that.
Twenty-three-year-old Daniel Strickland went before a judge Friday morning and was denied bond.
Strickland is accused of robbing the Bank of America on North Monroe Street Tuesday. He was ultimately caught Wednesday night after a lengthy car chase through Leon County.
Also Friday, U.S. marshals put a hold on Strickland, meaning once these bank robbery charges are resolved he'll face federal charges for an attempted robbery at an Alabama Post Office.