Courtesy of the Chula Vista Police Department
Ronnell Davis, who robbed several banks in the past two years, was sentenced Sept. 29.
The man behind a string of bank robberies starting in 2009 was sentenced to 94 years and eight months.
Davis pled guilty to 48 felony counts and eight felony robbery counts. On September 29, Davis was sentenced to 94 years and eight months.
He robbed five banks in Chula Vista before police caught him:
During the last bank robbery on Third St., police caught Davis as he was fleeing from the robbery and took him into custody. The same day, the FBI served a search warrant at his house, where they found his disguises and the stolen currency.
Three months after he was taken into custody, he was released on bail but was on parole, only to rob more banks, including:
On April 1, 2011, police tracked Davis back to a motel, where they took him into custody.