Bank Of America
Police said Wednesday they have made an arrest in connection with the Sept. 5 robbery of a Bank of America branch in East Los Angeles — a man believed to be the boyfriend of the abducted bank manager who was forced to rob her own bank.
Two masked gunmen remained at large Thursday following a bizarre bank heist in which they strapped what they said was a bomb to the bank manager’s midsection and forced her to order employees to “take out all the money” from her branch.
The “Plain Jane” bandit, who is accused of holding up seven banks in Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties, robbed a bank in Downey on Monday.
The public’s help is needed to track down a man who tried to rob a Bank of America branch in Anaheim.
A Los Angeles mother and her disabled daughter were kicked out of their West Adams home due to foreclosure.
A portly thief who robbed a Corona bank remained at large Thursday.
The FBI now believes a man they have dubbed the “Dying Son” bandit has struck at least five banks, two in Orange County and three in San Diego County.
Authorities are searching for a man who robbed a Bank of America Tuesday afternoon.
Does the latest twist in the national “Occupy” movement pose a threat to one of the largest banks in the U.S.?
Occupy L.A. protesters took to the downtown streets Saturday, with LAPD officers reporting one arrest during a noisy demonstration at a Bank of America.
The hunt is on for a bank robber believed to be responsible for recent Bank of America holdups in the cities of West Covina and West Hollywood. In both instances, a device resembling a homemade bomb was left behind.
A coalition of labor unions, immigrant and community groups have announced plans for a massive march in support of the “Occupy LA” encampment.
Approximately 50 protesters from the group Refund California occupied the lobby of a Bank of America building in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday, refusing to leave until staffers faxed a demand letter to a B of A board member.
Activists behind “Bank Transfer Day” are hoping tens of thousands of people on Saturday will voluntarily switch their money to not-for-profit credit unions.
A former White House official is joining local religious leaders to encourage customers to take their money out of the nation’s biggest banks.