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Man arrested for National Office Supply fire

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by Jason Salas

Guam - The Guam Police Department has made an arrest in connection with the big fire that caused massive damages to National Office Supply in Barrigada.  Jonathan Walter Cruz, 33, was taken into custody after being discovered at a makeshift campsite near the Agana Swimming Pool.

GPD Spokesman Officer A.J. Balajadia tells KUAM News that while making a check of the area surrounding the pool, a Hagatna Precinct officer discovered a man having several high-end electronic items.  Looking into the matter, GPD determined the electronics, valued at $5,000, were stolen from National Office Supply. 

Cruz has been charged with aggravated arson, criminal trespass, and burglary.

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