Bank Robber on Parole, Robs 3 Pennsauken Banks in 1 Month

A Pennsauken, New Jersey resident admitted recently that he robbed three more banks in his hometown while currently out on parole in November 2011, the Attorney General announced.

The man identified as Richard B. Jones, 38 years old, pleaded guilty on July 12, 2012 to one count of bank robbery. Said robbery took place on Sovereign Bank in November 28. Jones also admitted to robbing the same bank and the PNC Bank that same month.

Authorities have said that Jones committed those robberies while being on a federal-supervised release for previous bank robbery he committed in Rhode Island a few years back. Jones also pleaded guilty to violating the terms of his release.

According to the Attorney General, Jones robbed the PNC Bank in Pennsauken on November by approaching a bank teller with a note saying “Got a gun, no dye packs, all 20s, 50s, 100s.” After getting the money, Jones fled.

After these incidents, Jones can face up to 20 years imprisonment and $250,000 fines. He will also face additional two years for violating his parole. Jones’ sentencing is set on October 19, 2012. is an insurance company that offers the lowest car insurance rates in Pennsauken, New Jersey. Aside from providing the best rates on auto insurance, also provides the lowest rates on commercial vehicle insurance, motorcycle insurance, homeowners insurance, and health insurance. Aside from the major credit/debit cards, InsureDirect also accept payments made through MoneyGram and Western Union’s Quick Collect.