James Quindale Page, 42, dubbed by authorities as the “Button Down Bandit,” was indicted by a federal grand jury in Oakland on Thursday on six counts of bank robbery. Each count carries a possible maximum sentence of 20 years in prison if he is convicted.
A man suspected of being the “Button Down Bandit” was arrested Monday on allegations he robbed several banks in the East Bay, according to the FBI.
The FBI and authorities were looking into whether it is tied to three other recent similar crimes in San Francisco and Millbrae.
The FBI and local authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying three men who allegedly robbed two banks in San Francisco and Millbrae on Monday as well as another San Francisco bank in April.
Police were attempting to locate a man who robbed a Bank of America branch inside a Lucky’s supermarket in Oakley on Wednesday.
Police were asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man who robbed a credit union in Campbell last week, police said.
Sebastian Miranda, 28, of Santa Rosa, was arrested in front of the Sonoma County Courthouse in Santa Rosa on Tuesday morning after he parked his van on Administration Drive, police Sgt. David Linscomb said.
Detectives were searching for two male suspects who fled on foot Wednesday after a robbery of a U.S. Bank in Cupertino, a Santa Clara County sheriff’s spokesman said Friday.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) - A man robbed a bank in San Francisco’s Lake Shore neighborhood on Thursday afternoon, police said today. The robbery was reported at 3:14 p.m. at a bank in the shopping center […]
Police investigators are working with Citibank officials in Belmont to gather surveillance footage of an armed robbery that happened at the bank Friday night.