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Three people accused of robbing Arconic learning center plead not guilty | Local crime and courts

Before the police arrived, the group allegedly gathered several items they intended to steal and put them in a pile to take with them. The estimated value of the items collected was $26,854, according to the affidavits.

Bodenhamer filed his arraignment on Tuesday, October 19. Mitchell filed Oct. 20 and Johnson filed Oct. 21. All three pleaded not guilty and demanded their right to a speedy trial. Their next court appearance is scheduled for 1 p.m. on November 12.

Bodenhamer and Johnson are being held in Scott County Jail. Johnson is held on a $10,000 bond and Bodenhamer is held on multiple bonds totaling $39,000. Mitchell was released from jail after posting $10,000 bond on Oct. 7.

Bodenhamer faces additional charges related to a separate robbery that occurred Sept. 25. According to arrest affidavits, Bodenhamer entered a garage and stole a 2018 John Deere lawnmower, valued at $3,315.93. The affidavit says he was seen on security camera driving the lawnmower on a bike path in Bettendorf, while wearing a sweatshirt he allegedly stole from Arconic. The affidavit does not indicate when the video footage was taken.

For the theft of the lawn mower, Bodenhamer faces two charges of third-degree burglary and one second-degree robbery charge. He is due to stand trial on these charges at 11 a.m. on November 4.