James Quindale Page

(CBS)

Former Boxing Champion From Pittsburg Sentenced For Unarmed Robberies Of 6 East Bay Banks

A former welterweight boxing champion from Pittsburg was sentenced in federal court in Oakland Tuesday to seven years and three months in prison for the unarmed robberies of six East Bay banks last year.

08/19/2014

Surveillance photo of 'Button-Down Bandit' (photo courtesy FBI)

Former Boxing Champ Set To Face Charges In East Bay Bank Robbery Spree

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.

06/21/2013

Surveillance photo of 'Button-Down Bandit' (photo courtesy FBI)

FBI, East Bay Authorities Make Arrest In ‘Button Down Bandit’ Case

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.

06/10/2013

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