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星期五, 2月 26, 2016

BOSTON MAN INDICTED IN CONNECTION WITH ARMED BANK ROBBERIES IN MALDEN, MILTON

BOSTON MAN INDICTED IN CONNECTION WITH ARMED BANK ROBBERIES IN MALDEN, MILTON

BOSTON – A Boston man has been indicted in connection with the armed robbery of two banks in Malden and Milton, Attorney General Maura Healey announced today.
Robert Williams, age 31, of Boston, was indicted by a Statewide Grand Jury on Thursday on the charges of Masked Armed Robbery (two counts) in connection with robbing a Citizens Bank in Milton and one in Malden. He was arraigned in Malden District Court on Jan. 12 and held on $50,000 bail for the Malden robbery.
He will be arraigned in both Norfolk Superior Court and Middlesex Superior Court on the robberies at later dates.
Authorities allege that Williams robbed a Citizens Bank in Milton of $4,350 on Dec. 3, 2015.  On Dec. 18, 2015, he allegedly robbed a Citizens Bank in Malden of $400. An investigation revealed that in both cases Williams allegedly passed a note to a teller demanding cash and claiming that he had a gun.
This case is being prosecuted by Assistant Attorneys General Marina Moriarty and Tom Caldwell of AG Healey’s Enterprise, Major and Cyber Crimes Division with assistance from Victim Witness Advocate Amber Anderson and the Federal Bureau of Investigations Violent Crime Task Force and the Milton and Malden Police Departments.