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Private eye convicted for selling land illegally

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A private investigator was convicted by a Superior Court jury on a charge of theft by deception as a 2nd degree felony.  The Attorney General's Office determined that Albert Topasna sold land that he neither owned nor had rights to.  According to the AG's Office, an individual paid Topasna $12,500 in return for a purported warranty deed signed by Topasna.

The private eye faces up to five years in prison and sentencing is scheduled for July 20.

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