Anthony Michael Koehlhoeffer, the inmate who escaped from a hospital in Iowa City and evaded police for 18 hours, has been sentenced for the crimes he committed in Fairfield. Jefferson County Attorney Timothy Dille says he had already been sentenced for his crimes in Johnson and Scott County. Those sentences gave him 20 years in prison. He plead guilty to robbing a bank in Packwood, and for robbing a McDonald’s in Fairfield. He was sentenced to 10 year for each robbery, giving him a total of 40 years. The Jefferson County crimes have a 70% percent minimum sentence, so he will serve at least 14 years for those crimes. These were the final charges Koehlhoeffer faced.