Culver City bank robbery suspects sought
Culver City bank robbery suspects sought
Culver City police are still looking for two of four bank robbery suspects who fired shots at a Culver City bank during an armed robbery last month. During the search, a TJ Maxx store was evacuated, and two local elementary schools were placed on lockdown. Police from Culver City, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica continued to search for the two remaining suspects.

Shots fired during bank robbery

During the bank robbery, which occurred at the One West Bank on Jefferson Boulevard just after 9:00 AM on January 21, the suspects fired several shots, but no one in the bank was injured. Authorities caught two of the four men shortly after the incident occurred. One man was located in a nearby neighborhood. The other suspect was located inside the evacuated store.

If you’ve been arrested for bank robbery, grand theft or other similar crime Los Angeles criminal defense attorney Robert Helfend can help. Mr. Helfend has practiced criminal defense exclusively in Southern California for more than 30 years and takes bank robbery defense cases in Los Angeles County.

Robert Helfend has established a reputation as an aggressive but fair criminal defense attorney. He will not judge you based on what you are accused of, but he will fight aggressively for your rights and your freedom in court. He will put forth the strongest possible defense on your behalf and can bring together the evidentiary experts you’ll need in court. His case victories speak for themselves.

Mr. Helfend’s primary aim will be to get the bank robbery charges against you reduced or dropped. This could be especially important if you’re charged with one of California’s three strikes offenses. Repeat convictions on serious felonies like bank robbery could lead to lifetime imprisonment, even when the crime itself doesn’t rise to that level of punishment.

Don’t put your future at risk by relying on an inexperienced or ineffective attorney. Choose to work with the best, most experienced criminal defense attorney! Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (310) 456-3317, (818) 591-2809 or (805) 273-5611 for an immediate consultation on your Los Angeles County bank robbery case.

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