Guam - Two people have been arrested in connection to a rash of burglaries that occurred at Okkodo High School. Leonard Joaquin Salas and Alcander Prewitt Meno Salas face charges of burglary, theft of property and conspiracy to commit burglary as second degree felonies.
Leonard confessed that in December last year he entered Okkodo High with other individuals through an unlocked door near the basketball court and then broke into the automotive classroom by smashing the glass window with a crow bar. He stole power tools and an iPod. Leonard then admitted he went back twice in march with Alcander and another individual to burglarize the school.
The two then went back in May and broke into the JROTC classroom and stole several uniforms and snacks.