[UPDATE] Bank Robbery on Apalachee Pkwy, Capital City Bank

UPDATE 1.6.2011 by Julie Montanaro

Tallahassee Police say 39 year old Joseph Dellagatto of Carrabelle has now been charged with robbery.

Police say they found the suspect's silver Camaro parked not far from the bank.

TPD Spokeswoman Susan Newhouse says an anonymous tip led them to Dellagatto, who was stopped in a yellow cab on South Monroe Street within an hour of the robbery.

Newhouse says a woman escorted from the bank and taken in for questioning was not involved in any way and not charged with any crime.

The full TPD release is attached above.

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[UPDATE] 1-6 Noon -- by Julie Montanaro

A robber held up a Tallahassee bank this morning, but his run from the law didn't last long.

The robber chose a very busy branch on the corner of the Parkway and Blair Stone Road.

Police say he came in an 9:45AM. He did not flash a weapon, but asked for money and got it. Witnesses told police the robber was a white man in a black jacket with his hair pulled back in a ponytail. Police say he got into a new silver Camaro and took off.

We are not sure how police put the pieces together, but they caught him near the corner of Gaile Avenue and South Monroe Street about an hour later.

A woman inside the bank was also taken to police headquarters for questioning.

Stay with WCTV for more details.

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[UPDATE] 1-6 10:35AM --

Police have caught the bank robbery suspect. The suspect was caught at the intersection of Gaile Avenue and South Monroe. We will have more details shortly.

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[UPDATE] 1-6 10:35AM --

The robbery took place at the Capital City Bank located at 1801 Apalachee Parkway around 9:45AM, states Officer Susan Newhouse with the Tallahassee Police Department.

The suspect is described as a white male, around 40-years-old, with long black hair in a ponytail.

The suspect came into the bank and demanded cash. The suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect was last seen heading eastbound on Apalachee Parkway in a 2010 silver Camaro.

No one was hurt.

Police are still searching for the suspect.

Stay with WCTV for details.

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Bank Robbery on Apalachee Pkwy. The robbery took place at the Capital City Bank located at 1801 Apalachee Parkway around 9:45AM. The area is currently not blocked off, but the bank is closed. The Tallahassee Police Department is currently searching for the suspect. No other details are available at this time.

WCTV has a news team on scene.

Stay with WCTV for details.


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  • by tcby_523 Location: Carrabelle on Jan 7, 2011 at 03:22 PM
    Trust me, he's where he deserves to be.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 7, 2011 at 02:13 PM
    Looks? Did I miss something? Are we talking about the same person? Cause that man is NOT good looking. Also, he was receiving a disability check? SERIOUSLY? I'm sure he really deserved that one. Again, drug testing for government assistance should be mandatory. Period!
  • by someone_that_knows_him Location: Carrabelle on Jan 7, 2011 at 12:36 PM
    This man was not jobless and in need of money, he chose to walk away from a wonderful family in the name of Crack. The Camero was a rental that he paid for from a disability check. He is a career crinimal, and deserves to go to federal prison where the 50/50 does not apply. Maybe he will get some help for whatever would make a man hold up a busy bank at a busy time. I'm glad he's off the streets, because what would have happened if he had robbed an individual and they wouldn't give up their property. Who ever was the informant that lead to his quick arrest, I say thank you. My question is why would they even consider allowing bail for him on a federal charge, with his record of grand theft? Whats wrong with our system? But the good news is, he has burned all his bridges and I doubt ANYONE will bail him out. Those looks arent gonna help him anymore, except finding a good mate in prision!
  • by Sue Location: Tallahassee on Jan 7, 2011 at 10:45 AM
    He want have to worry about a place to sleep and a hot meal now.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 7, 2011 at 07:25 AM
    You know the economy is bad when a white guy robs a bank and gets caught. One thing I can say for him is that he didn't use a weapon to do it. Thugs coming in with handguns blazing are a different story.
  • by Steven Location: Tallahassee on Jan 7, 2011 at 06:57 AM
    Who cares if he is white black yellow or pink? The dude robbed a bank and put fear into an innocent teller and you all are worried about the color of his skin?? If you all havent noticed it's 2011, time to grow up.
  • by MATT Location: Tallahassee on Jan 7, 2011 at 06:15 AM
    This same guy robbed Quality Inn and Suites on Apalachee parkway 2 weeks ago. TPD found crack in his room and they said they could not make the arrest and let him go right up front of the property. All this could have been avoided had TPD arrested him. He was seen on video 2 separate times jumping over the counter and taking money out of cash register totaling in $500
  • by shocked on Jan 7, 2011 at 06:05 AM
    A white guy! And he got caught! If that ain't the story of the year, then I don't know what is.
  • by Producer on Jan 6, 2011 at 05:46 PM
    Oh my goodness!!! It's Steven Seagal!!!
  • by TIR on Jan 6, 2011 at 05:00 PM
    It is so funny that whenever a white person commits a crime that the word THUG is never brought up. This man is a thug, a low life thug!
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