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Man seeks return of seized items from raid

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Steven Wang and his company, Hua Sheng, is asking the District Court to release property that was seized by U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents a year ago.  Agents executed a search warrant at the OMI Material Center in Harmon and seized numerous items including Wang's naturalization certificate and several computers.

Wang's attorney, Louie Yanza, has asked the court to release the items, saying the government has displayed a callous disregard for the company and his client's rights.

Yanza argues the government has had sufficient time to retrieve the information on the computers and his client is unable to do business without access to them.

The court will hear arguments on the motion on September 29.

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