Thanks a Bunch! Baltimore’s best bank robber sent to slammer

According to Bunch’s plea agreement, between late March and mid-April 2014, Bunch engaged in a string of bank robberies in the Baltimore area. In each robbery, Bunch presented the teller with a note stating that he had a gun and threatening to shoot if the teller did not comply with his demands for money.

Specifically, Bunch admitted that he robbed: the Wells Fargo Bank in the 6300 Block of York Road in Baltimore, on March 25, 2014, stealing $4,029.01; the Bay Bank in the 2600 block of Annapolis Road in Hanover, Maryland, on April 4, 2014, stealing $2,000; and the Wells Fargo Bank in the 4800 block of Eastern Avenue in Baltimore, on April 14, 2014, stealing $3,333.

Bank Robbers Shouldn’t Litter or They Might Do Real Time

ANNAPOLIS, MD. — What causes a convicted child molester to suddenly step up the advancement of his criminal career by robbing eight banks over the course of a few weeks?

With all the bank robberies in the region, how does the FBI crack a case?

Court documents reveal facts which will likely put one accused Maryland bank robber behind bars for much of his life and answer at least the second question.

Tony Derrell Bunch, 32, who was charged with eight bank robberies in April, had been arrested on three counts of armed robbery in Anne Arundel County on April 10, 2014 prior to being charged in a federal warrant issued by the FBI.

Baltimore: bank robberies by Bunch; FBI offers reward

Anne Arundel County and the Baltimore FBI Violent Crimes Task Force have charged Tony Derrell Bunch (date of birth: August 1, 1982) with robbery at the Bay Bank branch at 2637 Annapolis Road in Hanover, Maryland. Investigators say Bunch is responsible for seven other robberies in the region listed below. They are offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information leading to Bunch’s arrest.