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Man arrested for stealing aluminum railing

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by Nick Delgado

Guam – A 27-year-old man is behind bars after he was caught on camera allegedly stealing aluminum railings at the Masso Reservoir. According to Superior court documents, the Department of Agriculture installed cameras at the site, which was able to take photos of Joseph Gines Perez as well as the vehicle he was driving. Agriculture officials reviewed the photos and located the vehicle in Piti last week Sunday. Officials further turned the photos over to Guam police. Court documents state Perez admitted to picking up scrap metal along side the dirt road by the Veteran's cemetery with his friend Domingo Mendiola. The estimated loss and damage for the theft is $5,000. Perez was charged with theft of property as a second-degree felony and a special allegation of crimes against the community.

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