Ricardo Rusan

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Ricardo Rusan is a Serial Bank Robber wanted by the Federal government of the United States Government in connection to his alleged role in the robberies of Commerce Bank in Clayton, Missouri and The Bank of America in St. Peters, Missouri. On June 21, 2019, a federal arrest warrant was issued for Rusan in the United States District Court for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, St. Peters. Ricardo has been charged with 3 Bank Robberies in his lifetime, First in 2004 at a Southern Commercial Bank in which he was convicted for his role in the robbery. Ricardo Rusan is currently on the Most wanted list|FBI's Most Wanted Criminal List.

Personal Information

Aliases: Carlos Johnson, Ricardo Johnson, Ricardo Lamont Johnson,

Carlos Jones, Rick Little, Rusan Ricardo, Ricardo La Mont Rusan,

Rick Rusan, Ricurdo Rusen, Ricky

Date(s) of Birth Used March 22 1965, March 24 1965, March 24 1967
Place of Birth Missouri
Hair Black
Eyes Brown
Height 5'5"
Weight 160 Pounds
Sex Male
Scars and Marks Rusan has scars on his back, face, nose right cheek and right eye.

He has tattoos on his chest.

NCIC W187107243
Remarks North St. Louis County and Franklin County, Missouri|Franklin Country in

Franklin County, Missouri|Missouri.


Criminal Activity

2004 Southern Commercial Bank.

On November 12, 2004 Ricardo Rusan walked into a branch of the South Commercial bank|Commercial Bank wearing a Skull Cap, wearing sunglasses and carrying a backpack. Ricardo approached a teller window, inquired about the process of opening an account and left when directed to the customer service desk. Ricardo returned immediately and when he reached the window Ricardo placed his backpack onto the counter and demanded it to be filled with cash. The backpack was filled with approximately $2000 worth of Cash, and a Dye pack|Dye Pack. Another employee activated the Alarm device|silent robbery alarm, as Ricardo left the building the Dye Pack activated and red smoke was seen billowing out of his backpack. [2]

Rusan was later taken into custody regarding a different matter and was questioned in relation to the robbery. Although Rusan initially denied involvement, he later confessed to the robbery. Rusan pleaded not guilty to the charges yet was convicted by a jury on both a Bank Robbery and Bank Larceny charge. [3]

2019 Commerce Bank Robbery

On April 16th, 2019 Ricardo Rusan is alleged to have walked into the Commerce Bank of Clayton Missouri and rob the federally insured building at Gunpoint|gunpoint. After receiving money from the front counter, he fled on foot. [4]

2019 The Bank of America Robbery

On April 18th, 2019 Ricardo Rusan is alleged to have walked into The Bank of America in St. Peters, Missouri and rob the federally insured building at gunpoint. After receiving money from the front counter, he fled on foot. Footage was later publicly released of Ricardo Rusan brandishing his handgun at Employees of the bank and Civilians demanding money in hopes to locate more leads for the investigation. [1]

External Links


  1. 1.0 1.1 "RICARDO RUSAN". Federal Bureau of Investigation. Retrieved 2020-09-20.
  2. "United States of America, Appellee, v. Ricardo Rusan, Appellant, 460 F.3d 989 (8th Cir. 2006)". Justia Law. Retrieved 2020-09-20.
  3. "FindLaw's United States Eighth Circuit case and opinions". Findlaw. Retrieved 2020-09-20.
  4. "Most Wanted Bank Robbers by the FBI". golookup.com. Retrieved 2020-09-20.

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