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Airport police uncover baggage pilfering ring

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam International Airport Authority Police intend to make additional arrests after uncovering a baggage pilfering ring. Nine arrests have been so far as police found that employees of an independent ground handling company, DGS, conspired to remove personal property from passengers' baggage. 

Airport Police are expected to make more arrests in the coming weeks as they investigate thousands of dollars worth of items that were stolen.

According to airport police the following individuals have been arrested so far in connection with the case:

  • Catherine Garcia - charges: Theft of Property, possession of stolen property & theft by receiving stolen property. BOOKED AND RELEASED.
  • Lavar Luna  -charges: Theft of Property, Possession of stolen property, theft by receiving stolen property & guilt  establish by complicity. BOOKED AND RELEASED
  • Matthew Acfalle - charges: Theft of Property, Guilt Establish by complicity. BOOKED AND RELEASED
  • Raythan San Agustin - charges: Theft of Property
  • Donavan Losongco - charges: Theft of Property and Guilt Establish by complicity .BOOKED AND RELEASED
  • Joven Deocampo - charges: Theft of Property, Theft of Property Lost or Mislaid, and Guilty Establish by complicity. BOOKED AND RELEASED
  • John Sampson II - charges: Theft of Property, Conspiracy to commit Theft and Guilt establish by complicity. BOOKED AND CONFINED
  • Aaron-Jon Lizama - charges: Theft of Property, Possession of stolen property and Theft by recieving stolen property.BOOKED AND RELEASED
  • Baron Diego - charges: Theft of Property, Possession of stolen property, Theft by receiving stolen property, and Guilt Establish by complicity .BOOKED AND RELEASED
  • Christopher Meno – Theft of Property;  ADDED TODAY.
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