Serial Bank Robber Arrested
On Friday, June 10 at approximately 3 p.m., a robbery occurred at the Capital One Bank located at 1100 West Broad Street in the City of Falls Church. A lookout was broadcast and officers from the City of Falls Church Police Department located and detained a suspect a short time later. The suspect was subsequently identified as Amin Huie, 42, of Arlington. Huie was transported to the Arlington County Adult Detention Facility (ADF) and charged with robbery.
Subsequently a thorough investigation was conducted by members of the City of Falls Church Police Department, the Fairfax County Police Department, the Arlington County Police Department, and the FBI Washington Field Office Violent Crimes Task Force. Huie is believed to be the “Forever Loyal Bandit,” responsible for six other bank robberies and one attempted robbery in Fairfax County and Arlington County, beginning in June of 2014.
On June 13, 2016, Fairfax County Police Department Major Crimes detectives obtained four additional robbery warrants that will be served on Huie upon his release from the Arlington County ADF.
Original bank robbery releases from Fairfax County cases:
April 19, 2016:
April 16, 2016:
October 30, 2015:
August 9, 2014:
July 21, 2014:
June 27, 2014: