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Two teens in custody for scooter theft

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by Breanna Lai, for KUAM News

Guam - 19-year-old Eric Michael Wenceslao and a 17-year-old male were taken into custody on Tuesday for theft of moped that was reported stolen in June. The minor was arrested for theft of property, conspiracy, criminal facilitation, and fraudulent use of a license plate, he was released to Juvenile Investigation Section by officers.

Wenceslao is confined and was arrested for theft of a motor vehicle and fraudulent use of a license plate. The $2,800 moped was recovered in Napa Auto Parts parking lot along Route 16 by Dededo Precinct Command officers.

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