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Santa Barbara Police Issue Arrest Warrant for Credit Union Robbery Suspect

Santa Barbara police issued an arrest warrant for Jesse Blake Rogers, seen in this 2015 photo, in connection with a Jan. 4 credit union robbery. Click to view larger
Santa Barbara police issued an arrest warrant for Jesse Blake Rogers, seen in this 2015 photo, in connection with a Jan. 4 credit union robbery. (Santa Barbara Police Department photo)

Jesse Blake Rogers, age 25, of Santa Barbara, is wanted for the Jan. 4 robbery of the Santa Barbara Teachers Federal Credit Union located at 3970 La Colina Road, Suite 12, in Santa Barbara. 

This robbery involved the use of a demand note; No weapon was seen.

A $100,000.00 felony arrest warrant has been issued for Rogers for the crime of robbery.  

If you see Rogers please call 9-1-1 immediately. 

Otherwise, if you have information regarding his whereabouts please contact SBPD Detective Douglas Klug at (805) 897-2346 / [email protected], or call anonymously to (805) 897-2386.   

Sgt. Riley Harwood is a public information officer for the Santa Barbara Police Department. 

 

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