Wells Fargo robbery
One of the last defendants in the 1983 robbery of $7 million from an armored car depot pleaded guilty Friday to his role in the record-setting heist, accepting a deal that calls for him to serve five years in prison.
Federal prosecutors say a 66-year-old Puerto Rican nationalist awaiting trial in a 1983 robbery is too dangerous to be released on bond because he was a leader of a group that carried out violent acts in the name of Puerto Rican independence.
A 66-year-old Puerto Rican nationalist is asking to be released on bond as he awaits trial in a 1983 Connecticut robbery.
A Puerto Rican nationalist sought by U.S. authorities for more than 25 years has pleaded not guilty to charges in connection with one of the nation’s largest bank robberies.