Albert Y.M. Huang won’t be in criminal court anytime soon as prosecutors in the domestic violence unit declined to press battery and robbery charges.
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Richard Ghoogasian, the store manager, said he saw five to seven men when he came out from the back of the store.
“I wasn’t going to get physically involved until I saw one of them take a swing at one of the girls. I threw a phone at them and missed,” he said.
An ambulance was dispatched to treat a female employee injured in the break-in. Police did not release the names of those arrested Wednesday.
According to Ghoogasian, the suspects didn’t take much – “they did more damage than anything,” he said.
Compare that to this Glendale PD video release – then judge for yourself:
So here’s the scoop, San Gabriel PD can’t find the woman they need to make a case against former Mayor Albert Y.M. Huang.
William McCormick Jr., 59, of El Monte, took the charge after he was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence earlier this month.
He is suspected of robbing banks in Alhambra, Rosemead and Bellflower.
When bank security expert Mike Alerich likes a video, he wants to share it with the world.
Most outstanding bank robbery video footage I’ve ever seen, three police videos and interviews with bankers … A must see!
Press release from Laura Eimiller at the FBI:
FBI Agents and detectives with multiple law enforcement agencies in three counties are seeking the public’s assistance in learning the identity of the “20 Questions Bandits,” a group of at least four unidentified men believed to be responsible for eleven takeover bank robberies in Ventura, Orange and Los Angeles Counties.
U.S. Bank, East West Bank, Cathay Bank and several Bank of America locations were targeted by the bandits. Bank of America is offering a reward of up to $100,000* in exchange for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individuals responsible for these robberies.
During the various robberies, the bandits were extremely violent and, in some cases, displayed weapons. Witnesses have described four black males, in some cases armed with guns, who have forced bank employees and customers inside the bank to comply with their demands for cash and to follow their instructions.
In some cases, the bandits also robbed victims of personal belongings. During the initial robberies linked to this group, the suspects asked several questions while inside the bank, according towitnesses and were, therefore, nicknamed the “20 Questions Bandits.”
The most recent robbery attributed to the “20 Questions Bandits” occurred on April 2, 2010 at a Bank of America in the city of Newport Beach.
The group is also believed responsible for robberies in El Monte and Rowland Heights, Eimiller said.
Ohio police say they’ve apprehended a wily white bank robber who threw them off the trail by disguising himself as a black person. Authorities say 30-year-old Conrad Zdzierak would rob the banks in a high-quality mask, then take it off as he drove to his next robbery target, confounding police on the lookout for a black man. He allegedly managed to hit four banks and a CVS within just three hours, ABC reports.
His mistake? He never disguised his car.