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Man charged for alleged theft at Home Depot

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - 51-year-old Kevin Guerrero was arrested for allegedly stealing from the Home Depot. According to court documents, store management witnessed Guerrero walking around the store removing bits from its package and placing them in his pocket. Witnesses also told police they saw Guerrero allegedly remove the battery from a 45-piece Dewalt drill container, and again put it in his pants. The magistrate's complaint further states Guerrero became irate after approached by management, and even bit a store employee who was trying to restrain him. Guerrero was found to have more than $4 hundred dollars worth of items in his possession. He was booked and confined on charges of retail theft and assault. 

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