Subway.jpgSandwich fanatic and suspected Subway robber Damon Cooper is pretty stuck in jail, it seems. As we told you, the Subway robber was booked in February for allegedly robbing 14 SF locations. But with a lofty bail of $1.25 million set Thursday, it might be a while before Cooper sees the oven light of Subway’s toasting machines again.

The 40-year-old SF man has been charged with 1 count of attempted robbery and 12 counts of robbery. The toasty terrorizing began like this: nearly every day between Oct. 14 and Nov. 6, Cooper would reportedly enter a store, threaten to shoot or kill employees, then rob them.

He allegedly made between $300 to $1,000 per illicit sandwich transaction. Judge Samuel Feng, who set the bail amount, believes that the frequency and nature of the robberies warrants the high amount.

Look for more details on Cooper’s alleged Subway crime spree soon, as arraignment and plea entry are scheduled for today.

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  • Aaron Sankin

    Did he order a sandwich with each robbery? If so, did he get the employees to punch his Subway card? Did he get the sub on his 10th robbery free? If he didn’t do that, he’s just wasting money because he earned that meatball sub.