Prosecutors say a man who robbed nearly two dozen Texas banks since 2006 will head back to prison after returning to a life of crime.
A serial bank robber dubbed the ‘Mesh Mask Bandit’ has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison.
Federal prosecutors want a convicted bank robber, once dubbed by the FBI as the “Mesh Mask Bandit,” to spend twice as much time in prison than has been recommended.
Officials in Denton County foiled what possibly could have been a fourth bank robbery by a suspect wanted in several North Texas counties.
A second brother has pleaded guilty to robbing the same North Texas bank twice. Prosecutors in Dallas say 45-year-old Johnny Charles Butler on Wednesday pleaded guilty to two counts of armed bank robbery.
Authorities now have a better idea of what the elusive, armed criminal dubbed the Mesh Mask Bandit looks like. The man is believed to have robbed at least 17 North Texas banks, since December 31, 2012.
The man the FBI tabbed as the “Mesh Mask Bandit” has robbed another bank, this time in Arlington.
FBI officials say the armed criminal dubbed the “mesh mask bandit” has robbed another North Texas bank. Including the recent stickup in Arlington, the man is suspected of robbing 14 area banks since December of last year.
Police in Texas, along with the FBI and law enforcement in at least two other states are on the lookout for a serial bank robber dubbed the “Loan Ranger Bandit.”
The FBI is searching for a dangerous, threatening, bank robber they’ve labeled the “mesh mask bandit.
A co-conspirator of a bank robber serving life in prison for killing a North Texas armored car guard has pleaded guilty in a string of 2009 holdups.
A judge has sentenced to 35 years in federal prison a man who admitted to being the “Handsome Guy Bandit” responsible for 11 North Texas bank holdups.