Man gets 10 years for first degree robbery of Redding bank

Man gets 10 years for first degree robbery of Redding bank

ORLAND — A man has been sentenced to 10 years in state prison after being convicted of a felony first degree robbery, which occurred on March 26th.

The suspect, 52-year-old Kenneth Stephen Meza, reportedly walked into the Redding Bank of Commerce on Walker Street while wearing a “UC Davis Dad” sweatshirt and passed the teller a note that said, “give me the money, this is not a joke, this is a robbery.” He ended up leaving with $2,990.

Investigators determined that he had not been armed at the time.

The robbery kicked off an extensive manhunt, in part because Meza was also wanted on a parole hold.

He was finally arrested in Santa Clara County on Saturday, April 27th, with assistance from the FBI and U.S. Marshall Office.

 

Man gets 10 years for first degree robbery of Redding bank was last modified: September 16th, 2019 by admin
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