Jack is looking for Villain names. Here is my email to him to get you started thinking what would help him out. Don't send him any fat names, Jack Spratt could eat no fat...
Villain name: Lubrican might object to Bob. And alternate that fits the thief potential for villainy would be Rob. Of course that isn't the palindrome that Bob is. Another palindrome is Otto, which has that Germanic flavor that villains had in the 1940s.
Is there an author you don't like and would be happy to offend? You could use his name or part of one. Dead Earnest cross references Ernest Bywater aka Ernest Edwards. He lives in Australia so is unlikely to pursue you physically. Someone uses L. Sprague Campbell, you could reverse the references and use John W. de Camp.
If you want to go for a pun directly something like Master Bader might do the job. Or give him a rank, like General Confusion. There are lots of Generals, not just motors and electric and mills, but General Retreat and General Hospital. General Principal or is it Principle? is still in use by a SOL author. Captain America might not work, there is comic book history working against you. Perhaps Captain Canada? Or Captain Mexico? Perhaps something Arab or Muslim would fit the current terrorist as villain theory. Caliph or Sheik something. Caliph California has some phonetic symmetry, and people in Washington (state) are happy to blame California for anything.
Other officer ranks might help. Major Malfunction is a possibility. Major Erection would fit in a porn story. Rear Admiral of the lower half (Navy for one star general although he gets two on his shoulders) has possibilities that haven't been explored often. Anal stories, probably.
Private Person may not be a high enough rank for a Major Villain. Mister X probably works for a first draft. I am sure other correspondents will have far more suitable names.
Speaking of suits, consider "Robert Hall this season will show you the reason, low overhead, low overhead." I think they went out of business years ago, and Robert includes Rob as a clue. I recommend you use Robert Hall as your villain. It might work as a dormitory if you don't like it for the villain.