The Zanesville man accused of robbing a local bank is formally charged in the case. Police detective Ric Roush says that 50-year-old Bob Hermen faces four charges in connection with an armed robbery at National City Bank on Maple avenue Wednesday morning. Detective Roush says that Hermen is charged with one count of aggravated robbery with a gun specification...one count of grand theft...one count of grand theft of a motor vehicle and one count of possession of crack cocaine. Roush says that Hermen was arrested on Bell street Wednesday after he stole a security vehicle from Bethesda hospital and crashed into a police car. Police says when Hermen was taken into custody he had a plastic bag with money and a rock of crack cocaine. A handgun was also recovered. Tonight investigators say Hermen is being held at the Cambridge State Hospital due to comments he was making while in custody. A preliminary hearing in the case has not yet been set.