Litoria Yates, 27, of Calumet City, is charged with unlawful transmitting of personal information.
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
A Calumet City woman is accused of keeping customer information at a Palos Heights TCF branch.
Here's one article those who bank at TCF should read. An employee of a TCF Bank branch in Palos Heights is accused of keeping customer information. Litoria Yates, 27, of Calumet City, is charged with unlawful transmitting of personal information. Join the conversation. Friend Palos Patch on Facebook and sign up for the daily email newsletter! Representatives from TCF, located at 6410 W. 127th St., called Palos Heights Police Department to inform officers about an employee who was illegally holding onto information about bank customers. Police interviewed Yates and charged her on Jan. 11. She was given a $1,500 bond and a court date of March 5. Police report information is provided by Palos Heights Police. Charges are not evidence of guilt…
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Authorities say a Markham man arrested Wednesday was one of two people who robbed a bank dressed as nuns last year.
A Markham man has been charged in connection with "Nun on the Run" robbery of a Palos Heights bank branch more than a year after a second defendant was arrested. Lyndon G. Wesley, 28, of Markham, was arrested Wednesday. He and codefendant Navahcia Edwards, 25, of Chicago, are charged with conspiracy to commit bank robbery and bank robbery. Edwards was arrested in June 2011. Federal prosecutors allege the pair donned nun costumes and robbed the TCF bank branch at 6410 West 127th St. on May 29, 2011. A grand jury returned the two-count indictment against Wesley on Tuesday. He is scheduled to appear before U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael Mason in federal court at 2:30 p.m. Edwards already has pleaded guilty to the robbery. His trial in a U.S. …
Monday, August 20, 2012
FBI said members of the public recognized alleged bank bandit from surveillance photos, who remains in federal custody in Ohio awaiting his return to Chicago.
The search for a Chicago man wanted for the July 26 robbery of a Hickory Hills bank ended at a bus station in Ohio. Members of the Ohio Violent Crimes Task Force arrested Jeffrey A. Kaplan, 30, without incident last Wednesday at bus station in Toledo, Ohio. Kaplan had been charged in a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Chicago on one count of bank robbery on Aug. 1, the FBI said. Join the conversation. Like Palos Patch on Facebook and sign up for the breaking news alerts! According to the criminal complaint, Kaplan entered the TCF Bank branch located at 9357 S. Roberts Road in Hickory Hills on July 26 and approached the teller window. Kaplan allegedly made verbal demands and passed a note demanding money, handing the …
Thursday, July 26, 2012
TCF Bank branch in Hickory Hills was robbed Thursday afternoon, FBI says. Bank robbery suspect fled on foot.
A bank robber knocked off a TCF Bank branch in Hickory Hills just after 2:30 p.m. Thursday. The suspect—described as a white male between in his 20s, about six-foot-one, wearing white shorts, dark green shirt and baseball cap—walked into the TCF Bank branch at 9357 South Roberts Road and slipped a note to the teller. The note implied that he had a weapon, but none was displayed. After getting an undisclosed amount of cash, witnesses said the man fled on foot. No injuries were reported. Additional information and photos from Thursday's robbery can be found at the FBI-run BanditTrackerChicago website. Anyone with information about this robbery, or any of the other robberies featured on Bandit Tracker, is asked to contact the Chicago office …
Thursday, June 30, 2011
The FBI accused a Chicago woman of robbing the TCF Bank branch in Palos Heights. Police say the evidence stacked up quickly.
Navahcia Edwards, 23, is one half of the nun-masked duo that robbed TCF Bank in Palos Heights on May 29, according to authorities, and now she's in custody. Two armed robbers wearing nun masks and habits similar to those worn in the film The Town entered the bank at 6410 West 127th St., minutes before closing, forced two employees into the vault and took off with $120,000. The story captured national attention due to the brazen nature of the robbery and the costumes the bank robbers wore. Police say Edwards, of the 4000 block of 115th Street in Chicago, was one of those robbers. Detective Tim Holder of the Palos Heights Police Department said the focus on Edwards began almost immediately. "The day of the robbery there was a male acting …
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
On Sunday, TCF Bank in Palos Heights was robbed for the fifth time in five years, according to police.
Dressed as nuns, two at-large robbers help up TCF Bank in Palos Heights just before closing Sunday afternoon, marking the fifth time in five years the bank has been held up. Palos Heights police say TCF Bank, 6410 West 127th St., is no stranger to robberies. The branch has been hit five times since 2007, police said. The four previous incidents have all been solved; however the masked robbers from Sunday's incident have yet to be apprehended. Two bank employees, but no security guards, were present during Sunday’s brazen Hollywood-like robbery. The number of employees on duty depends on the foot traffic of that particular location, and the company hires guards based on “the best information that we have” about the possibility of a robbery…