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SIOUX CITY -- A Sioux City man pleaded not guilty Friday to robbing a Moville, Iowa, bank.

Brendon Reed, 43, is scheduled to stand trial Dec. 3 in U.S. District Court in Sioux City on one count of bank robbery. U.S. Magistrate Judge Kelly Mahoney ordered that Reed will remain in custody.

Reed is charged in a federal indictment with using "force, violence and intimidation" to rob United Bank of Iowa of $13,821 on March 30. Authorities at that time of the robbery said that no weapons were used in the robbery and no bank employees were hurt.

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Reed, 43, was arrested later in the day after he flipped a stolen BMW during a police pursuit near Salix, Iowa.

Reed pleaded guilty in April in Woodbury County District Court to one count of first-degree theft for stealing the car and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

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