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Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Northern District of California

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Former Boxing Champ Sentenced To 87 Months In Prison For East Bay Bank Robbery Spree

OAKLAND – James Quindale Page was sentenced today to 87 months in prison for a bank robbery spree in which he robbed banks throughout the East Bay, announced United States Attorney Melinda Haag and FBI Special Agent in Charge David J. Johnson.

In pleading guilty, Page admitted to committing the following bank robberies:

Date

Bank

Location

Amount Stolen

3/6/2013

Chase Bank

1510 Palos Verdes Mall, Walnut Creek

$1,856

3/12/2013

Wells Fargo

4767 Hopyard Road, Pleasanton

$670

5/24/2013

U.S. Bank

2890 North Main Street, Walnut Creek

$1,339

5/25/2013

Wells Fargo

3365 Deer Valley Road, Antioch

$1,600

5/29/2013

Bank of America

2545 Main Street, Oakley

$1,507

6/3/2013

Chase

5747 Christie Avenue, Emeryville

$7,033

6/7/2013

U.S. Bank

3636 Lone Tree Way, Antioch

$1,280

6/8/2013

Wells Fargo

3525 Mount Diablo Boulevard, Lafayette

$5,450

In his robberies, Page entered the banks and passed the victim tellers notes announcing that he was robbing the bank and making a demand for money.

Page, 43, of Pittsburg, Calif., was arrested on June 10, 2013. He was charged by federal criminal complaint on June 11, 2013, and a grand jury returned an indictment charging him with six counts of bank robbery, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 2113(a) on June 20, 2013. Page pleaded guilty on Feb. 7, 2014, admitting all six charged bank robberies and two additional bank robberies. Page, who was on federal supervised release at the time he committed these bank robberies, also admitted that the robberies violated the terms of his supervised release. Page has been in custody since his arrest.

The sentence was handed down by the Honorable Jeffrey S. White, United States District Court Judge in Oakland. Judge White sentenced Page to 63 months in prison for the new criminal violations and 24 months for committing the robberies while on supervised release, for a total sentence of 87 months. Judge White also sentenced Page to an additional 3-year period of supervised release.

Brian C. Lewis is the Assistant U.S. Attorney who is prosecuting the case with the assistance of Janice Pagsanjan. The prosecution is the result of an investigation by the FBI, the Walnut Creek Police Department, the Pleasanton Police Department, the Antioch Police Department, the Oakley Police Department, the Emeryville Police Department, and the Lafayette Police Department.

(Page complaint )

(Page indictment )

 

 

3/12/2013