A federal grand jury has handed down a nine-count indictment against a 35-year-old Salt Lake City man, charging him of robbing seven banks this past year.
Moses Hernandez was arrested by a Salt Lake County sheriff's SWAT team Aug. 12 following four days of surveillance. Police said he was a suspect in as many as 17 bank robberies.The indictment lists seven holdups from Jan. 20 to July 20 that allegedly netted Hernandez nearly $17,000.
He is charged with a single count of bank robbery for each of those crimes and two firearms-related counts.
Hernandez is believed to be the bandit dubbed the "No One Gets Hurt" robber, responsible for about one-third of the bank robberies in Salt Lake County this year.
In two instances - on June 1 and July 20 - Hernandez allegedly robbed two banks in one day.