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Suspects in Royal Gardens riot in court

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Four of the individuals involved in the alleged riot back in April at the Royal Gardens Condominiums in Tamuning were back in the Superior Court today. Marcos Martinez, who faces charges of possession of a firearm without an ID and assault; and Victor Ibarra, who faces charges of permitting a person without an ID to use his firearm, terrorizing and aggravated assault went before Judge Vern Perez for a criminal trial setting.

However, the judge decided to continue setting hearing dates at a later time.

Meanwhile, William Stinett III and Kenneth Davo-Roberts, who face charges of assault as a misdemeanor and disorderly conduct, had their criminal trial setting continued for July 19 at 10am. The four are accused of beating Joshua Cruz, who also faces charges of assault for the alleged altercation.

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