The FBI sought the public’s help Tuesday in identify a bank robber known as the “Keep Smiling Bandit”.
The man believed to be the “Hills Bandit” reportedly pleaded not guilty in a Santa Ana courtroom Monday to a string of bank robberies that stretched from Santa Barbara to Laguna Niguel.
Following Friday’s arrest, Marvin Caukin of Calabasas was held without bail after he made an initial appearance in federal court on charges of identity theft and conspiracies to launder money and commit mail fraud.
Emily Langlie, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office, says 46-year-old Jeffrey Ford Hanson appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom Monday afternoon and was ordered detained.
Authorities in Orange County are searching for a bank robber nicknamed the Cal Bear Bandit in connection with several robberies throughout the county.
A local senior claims she was tricked out of her home and taken across the country, where she was left to die in a cabin.
A serial bank robber, who has struck nine times this year, completed another heist on Monday afternoon.
There is a $100,000 reward for information leading to AK-47’s arrest.
There’s a serial bank robber on the loose and lawmakers are now offering a little incentive to aid in her capture.
Authorities say he tried to kidnap a woman from a fitness center parking lot Wednesday night, but was stopped by an off duty FBI agent who opened fire.
Police took a suspect into custody following a standoff in Malibu, which occurred after a high-speed chase. The chase was reportedly prompted by an officer involved shooting.
A man arrested at John Wayne Airport, bound for the Middle East with a fradulently-obtained passport, told authorities he was going to join a known terrorist organization.
Federal officials say that a Georgia man posed as an airline employee to score cheap travel and resold the tickets for thousands of dollars.
Federal law enforcement agents Thursday targeted an ambulance company in Atwater Village, but officials could not immediately reveal the reason for the raid, according to reports.
Six Los Angeles County sheriff’s employees have been convicted of obstructing a federal investigation into jail inmate abuse.