Serial Bank Robber Faces Sentencing in LA for String of Holdups


A serial bank robber from Palm Springs who federal prosecutors say took great joy in his crimes, yelling “John Dillinger lives!” and “Bikers rule, baby!” during his heists, faces more than two decades behind bars when he is sentenced Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Todd Cannady, 61, pleaded guilty last year in Los Angeles to charges of armed bank robbery and using a firearm during a crime of violence for robbing nine banks in Southern California over a two-year period, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

During a July 1, 2021, stickup of a Chase Bank branch in Jurupa Valley, Cannady “pressed a black Glock-style 9mm semi-automatic pistol to a teller’s back, and forced her and other tellers to fill a duffle bag with money from the bank — just as he had done throughout his life, during limited periods of non-incarceration,” according to the government’s sentencing papers.



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