Springetts bank robber accused in Jacobus robbery
- A man who robbed a Springettsbury Township bank in December 2015 is accused in another bank robbery.
- Ingram Williams, 45, faces a robbery charge.
- Police say he robbed the PeoplesBank in Jacobus in June 2015.
A Baltimore man currently serving prison time for a Springettsbury Township bank robbery is now accused in a bank robbery in Jacobus from 2015.
York Area Regional Police say Ingram Itobi Williams robbed the PeoplesBank on June 23, 2015.
Williams, 45, who is incarcerated at a state prison in Camp Hill, faces a robbery charge.
Robbery: According to police, a man robbed the PeoplesBank at 1 N. Main St. on June 23, 2015.
A man, later identified as Williams, used a handwritten note to demand money from the bank. He received the money and fled on foot, according to charging documents.
In January 2016, Williams was arrested and charged in a Springettsbury Township bank robbery.
Police say officials compared Williams' arrest photo with surveillance photos of the PeoplesBank robbery, and it was determined Williams was the robber.
York Area Regional Police also found a social-media photo of Williams, and in the photo he is wearing the same sunglasses as the person who robbed the PeoplesBank, charging documents state.
Springettsbury robbery: Police said at the time Williams entered the Santander Bank at 1001 Haines Road about 1:12 p.m. Dec.15, 2015, and handed a teller a note demanding money. The teller gave him an undisclosed amount of cash, and he left on foot, according to police.
Online court records indicate Williams pleaded guilty to the robbery in April of this year. Judge Craig Trebilcock sentenced Williams to two to five years in prison, with credit for time served.
His latest robbery charges were filed Monday, Aug. 28.
Williams will be video arraigned on the charges, and he is currently awaiting an arraignment date, according to Senior Judge Nancy Lee Edie's office.
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