A Laguna Beach man has learned a painful lesson: if you find something of value and are able to locate the owner, but fail to do so, you have committed a crime.
Investigators were looking Tuesday for a man who walked into a Burbank Citibank branch, pushed a note to a teller demanding money and escaped with an undetermined amount of cash.
Authorities say the “Geezer Bandit” has robbed California bank number 14 — his first in San Luis Obispo County.
Are you tired of swiping and signing? Some of the nation’s biggest banks are betting that you will be.
Deputies say the suspect allegedly followed elderly bank customers back to their homes and used “physical force” to rob them.
A man who allegedly robbed a dozen banks in Southern California has been arrested in Colorado, the FBI confirmed Wednesday.
A Saudi Arabian company has filed a $9.2 billion lawsuit against a local man who they claim perpetrated one of the largest scams in history.
Real estate agents in California are accusing banks of dragging their feet on so-called short sale transactions, where lenders allow homes to be sold for less than what is owed on them.
Government offices, courts, schools, libraries, banks and post offices will be closed Monday for the Presidents Day holiday.
Entrepreneurs are printing surveillance shots of his wrinkled face on T-shirts, thousands of people “Like” him on Facebook and many are wishing him continued success at evading the law.
The plan is aimed at helping thousands of borrowers who owe more than their properties are worth, but without cooperation from the banks, the program will likely have limited benefits.
Despite the suspect wearing a Darth Vader mask, a black wig and pink hospital scrubs, sheriff’s officials say it took less than three hours to track down and arrest 46-year-old Gregory Sanchez.
Depositors can continue to access their money at Western Commercial Bank in Woodland Hills today after it was taken over by regulators on Friday.
Two local banks seized by U.S. regulators add up to the highest total in one year since the savings-and-loan crisis 20 years ago.
They’re no dance crew, but deputies hope the “Pop The Lock” bandits may have just taken one step closer to prison after one of the men was photographed with his ski mask off.