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Delorie signs plea agreement in Peredo murder case

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Cal Jerome Delorie has signed a plea agreement. He, along with four other men, was indicted last March for the murder of Vince Peredo of Yona. Because the plea agreement has not yet been approved by a Superior Court judge, the details of what he pled guilty to and what sentence he will face cannot be disclosed.

Delorie is scheduled to appear in court next week for his change of plea hearing.  Delorie, Derrick Cruz, Darren Cruz, Zared Lizama and Shayne Terlaje are accused of breaking into Peredo's Yona home last year, beating him, leaving him to die and then stealing bags of marijuana.

The others meanwhile are scheduled to appear back in court on August 25 for a continued criminal trial setting.

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