Wednesday, March 27, 2013
David G. Carroccia of Warren pleads guilty to 2012 Morris County robbery spree.
David G. Carroccia, 28, the Warren Township man who kept Morris County police searching last summer as he conducted a string of four bank robberies and attempted a fifth before being caught, pleaded guilty Tuesday in state Superior Court, in Morristown, according to NJ.com. Carroccia reportedly admitted to robbing Parsippany's Indus American Bank (July 20), the PNC Bank in Mount Olive (July 30), the Capital One Bank in Lincoln Park (Aug. 10) and the Boiling Springs Savings Bank in Lincoln Park Aug. 23, as well as an attempted robbery at the PNC Bank in Kinnelon on Aug. 28. Carroccia, who earned the moniker "The Dapper Bandit" because of the fashionable clothes he wore during the heists, will be sentenced to eight years in prison, …
Monday, October 15, 2012
Warren Township resident tells judge he planned to start job on Wall Street Monday.
Bail for the so-called dapper bandit, the Warren Township man accused of robbing several Morris County banks, will remain at $500,000, a state Superior Court judge ruled Monday afternoon. Judge Robert Gilson presided over a bail review hearing at Morris County Courthouse for David G. Carroccia, 28, who is charged with four counts of robbery in connection with bank robberies this summer in Parsippany, Lincoln Park and Mount Olive, plus an attempted robbery at a Kinnelon bank, according to Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi. Carroccia may also face separate charges stemming from other robberies in Somerset and Monmouth counties, according to Assistant Morris County Prosecutor Julie Serfess. This was Carroccia's fourth arrest, according …
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Focus turned to Warren Township man when off-duty detective spotted his vehicle without hubcaps matching description of one seen near robberies, according to affidavit.
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Sunday, October 14, 2012
His well-dressed appearance and getaway car without hubcaps led authorities to the Warren Township man accused of robbing several Morris County banks and possibly one in South Jersey, according to an arrest affidavit. David G. Carroccia, 28, will have a bail review hearing Monday in State Superior Court in Morristown. Carroccia is being held in lieu of $500,000 bail. Carroccia is accused of robbing banks in Parsippany, Lincoln Park, Mount Olive, and attempting to rob a Kinnelon bank, the Morris County Prosecutor's Office announced Friday. The alleged "dapper bandit" was seen on video surveillance wearing a dress suit with a hat in each of the incidents, the prosecutor's office said. The unique appearance tipped off a Kinnelon PNC Bank …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Warren resident responsible for five incidents in Morris County, according to Bianchi.
A Warren man has been arrested for a series of four bank robberies and one attempted robbery that took place at Morris County banks over the span of a little more than one month. David G. Carroccia, 28, of Warren, robbed banks in Parsippany, Lincoln Park, Mount Olive, and attempted to rob a Kinnelon bank, according to Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi. Carroccia was arrested while driving a vehicle in his hometown on Thursday at about 2 p.m., Bianchi said. Bianchi said that Carroccia is also a suspect in additional bank robberies that are separate from the ones he is currently charged with. Carroccia is charged with four counts of robbery, a second-degree crime carrying a potential sentence of five to 10 years, with Bianchi saying …
Monday, August 13, 2012
Morris County CrimeStoppers searching for man who may have knocked off banks in Budd Lake, Parsippany.
The Morris County CrimeStoppers are offering a $1,000 reward for anyone with information leading to the arrest or indictment of a man who allegedly robbed two Morris County banks recently. The person in question allegedly robbed a PNC Bank at the Village Green Shopping Center in Budd Lake on July 30, and was dressed in a suit and tie. A similarly well-dressed man allegedly robbed an Indus American Bank inside a Pathmark on Route 46 in Parsippany on July 20. Authorities describe the man who hit the PNC Bank as a white male in his early 20s, about 6-foot-2 with a slender build. The man has short dark hair, facial hair and a pronounced nose, the prosecutor's office said. In the case of the Indus American Bank robbery, the person is described…