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Dale Ramos Turns Self In, Second Man Arrested in Seperate Robbery Cases

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A man suspected in the robbery of a US Bank in San Jose bank on Monday turned himself in to police Thursday, the same day police arrested a second man in a series of armed robberies, police said. Dale Ramos, 31, surrendered to police Thursday night in the robbery of the US Bank at 2800 block of The Villages Parkway at around 12:30 p.m. Monday, police Sgt. Heather Randol said. In the robbery, the suspect entered the bank’s lobby, demanded money from the teller and fled on foot.

Ramos turned himself in to authorities the same evening when police issued a news release with video surveillance images showing a man in a white t-shirt and dark-colored ball cap, according to police. Members of the community identified Ramos, a San Jose resident, in the photos prior to his surrendering to police, Randol said. Also on Thursday, the Police Department’s Covert Response Unit located and arrested 41-year-old Titus Tamar Williams in downtown San Jose.

Williams, also of San Jose, is a suspect in a number of armed robberies of 7-Eleven stores and banks in San Jose beginning in March, Randol said. He is suspected of using a handgun to hold up clerks at the banks and stores and escaping with cash, Randol said. It was not immediately known if Williams is a suspect in the armed robbery of a bank in the 1000 block of Lincoln Avenue that occurred at about 9:15 a.m. Monday. The suspect in that robbery pulled the gun on the teller and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.

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