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Four arrested for theft of motor vehicle

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Four men were arrested after being involved in two separate traffic crashes early Wednesday morning in Dededo allegedly using a vehicle none of them were authorized to operate. According to the Guam Police Department, officers investigated a crash on Iglesias circle where the suspects reportedly fled the scene. Police about a half an hour later located the vehicle at the San Agustin's apartments, but the suspects attempted to elude police. Authorities followed the suspects, but lost sight of the vehicle on route 16 near Marine Corps. Drive. Moments later police got a call about a reported auto ran off roadway by Chalan Natibu area. The suspects fled on foot towards the NCS area. Herry Herman, Emade Meither, Joben Terias and Keno Frank were all booked and confined on charges of theft of a motor vehicle, 2 counts of an open container, 2 counts improper storage, and 2 counts of drinking in a motor vehicle. 

Police say the registered owner of the vehicle indicated she did not authorize any of the suspects to use her car, and she filed a criminal complaint.
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