ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The two suspects police say were robbing people all over Albuquerque at ATM's this summer faced a judge Saturday.
Kelvin Dickerson, 35, and his alleged getaway driver, Dominique Dickens, 28, were arrested Thursday night.
Police arrested Dickerson at the Bank of America near Montgomery and Juan Tabo.
Both suspects have been hit with more than two dozen charges.
Dickerson is accused of robbing at least 11 people and is in jail on a $500,000 cash or surety bond.
Dickens, the getaway driver, is in jail on a $242,000 bond.
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