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Peredo's accused murderers face arraignment

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Five people accused of being involved in the brutal murder of Vincent Peredo are scheduled to answer to criminal charges in the Superior Court of Guam on Wednesday.  Derrick Cruz, Cal-Jerome Delorie and Zared Zermaine Lizama are charged with murder, aggravated murder, burglary, and possession and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony. 

Darren Cruz and Shayne Terlaje, along with the other three, are also charged with conspiracy to commit burglary, guilt established by complicity, and numerous other charges. The five are behind held behind bars on $500,000 cash bail each. 

The arraignment is scheduled for this Wednesday.

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