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12 arrested for home & car burglaries

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Police Department netted a dozen arrests of suspects accused of being involved in burglaries to homes and cars including a stolen vehicle case. The suspects are Tanya Manibusan, Lucille LeFever, Raymond Cruz, Erica Esteves, Joycelyn Salas, Norma Hocog, Rachel Mesa, Erica Manibusan, Rachel Nauta, Yvonne Cruz, Lillian Manibusan and Louella Gozun.

The 12 are also accused of using the credit cards of their victims and making illegal charges at various locations, making online purchases and paying bills online to the Guam Power Authority and the Guam Waterworks Authority. More arrests are pending.

Tanya Manibusan and LeFever were booked and confined, while the others were booked and released.

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