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High on meth, men raid mayor's office

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Anthony Matagolai Anthony Matagolai
Edwin Kaulia III Edwin Kaulia III

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two people have been arrested in connection with breaking into the Merizo Mayor's Office and stealing various items while they were high on crystal methamphetamine. Edwin Kaulia III and Anthony Matagolai face charges of burglary and theft of property.

According to court documents, the two were arrested on Thursday after police received a report of a burglary at the mayor's storage building.  Two bushcutters and an electric disc sander were discovered missing. Kaulia was found later that morning with the stolen items and admitted that he and Matagolai used Ice the night before and broke into the building by prying off the shutters.

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