ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Another person using an ATM was tazed by a robber, this time police caught up with and tazed the suspect.
APD thinks this is the same guy who spent the summer victimizing people all over town.
Police say the suspect and his partner in crime are connected with 11 different robberies all over Albuquerque this summer.
The latest incident happened Thursday night at the Bank of America at Juan Tabo and Montgomery.
According to the criminal complaint, detectives had been following the suspect’s vehicle when they witnessed him tase a 22-year-old man who was trying to use the ATM.
That is when they got out and confronted 35-year-old Kelvin Lamarr Dickerson.
When he took off, police used a taser on him.
They caught up with 28-year-old Dominique Dickens, who was driving a getaway car a few blocks away.
Police say this is the same man who has been targeting bank customers since June.
His robberies got increasingly violent and at least one other victim was tazed in August.
Police say the getaway car Thursday night, is the same one seen in surveillance video from other robberies.
According to the criminal complaint, Dickerson admitted to all but two of the 11 ATM robberies.
He claimed Dickens was his accomplice saying they did it because they need money to care for their newborn.
Police say the eleven robberies involved more than $16,000 in stolen cash.
The two have been charged with 11 counts of robbery along with a slew of other charges.
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