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Carjacking suspects held on $75,000 bail

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The three male teenagers accused in Monday's carjacking case are being held behind bars on $75,000 cash bail. The three are charged with aggravated assault and kidnapping both as 2nd degree felonies. Jessie Alfonso Nojadera (aka, "Psycho-G"), Justin Cruz (aka, "Hawaii Joker G."), and David Pocaigue, Jr. (aka, ""Chronic-G") each face up to ten years in jail and a $10,000.

A man who was waiting for his mother who was walking in the Dededo area, was approached by the three along with a 15-year-old girl, they beat him threw him in the trunk of his car and took off. The victim managed to get away and seek help.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for February 18.

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