PA Man Charged in Towson Bank Robberies
Jason Haldeman, 36, is being held without bail in the Baltimore County Detention Center on five counts of armed robbery.
Police said they have arrested and charged a Pennsylvania man with five Towson bank robberies dating back to last November.
Jason Lee Haldeman, 36, of the 200 block of West Jackson St. in York, was arrested on May 4 in Towson, according to police spokeswoman Louise Rogers-Feher.
He is being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center, according to online court records.
Police believe Haldeman was responsible for five robberies between Nov. 15 and April 20 at four banks, including the Wells Fargo Bank on Fairmount Avenue on Nov. 15 and March 8, the nearby M&T Bank on Jan. 13, Suntrust on April 3 and the Wells Fargo branch on Chesapeake Avenue on April 20.
Surveillance footage in the crimes captured a man dressed in athletic wear and glasses.
Police said they believe that Haldeman used York County's rabbittransit bus to get to Towson.
In 2005, Haldeman was arrested in connection with three bank robberies in Lancaster, PA, according to a report on LancasterOnline.com. He was found guilty of those robberies, according to Baltimore County police.
Haldeman's arrest was first noted by the blog Baltimore Crime.