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Couple to plead guilty for alleged burglary

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A couple arrested last year for allegedly burglarizing an Agana Heights home were back in court this morning scheduled to enter a guilty plea. Joseph Ryan Constantino Mallo faces charges of burglary and theft of property, and Judi Mae Rico Salas is charged with forgery and fraudulent use of a credit card. the two are accused of breaking into a residence and taking more than 8 thousand dollars in electronic items and jewelry along with credit cards. Authorities tracked down the pair after they allegedly used the credit cars to purchase gas and rims for their vehicle. Mallo and Salas are now set to enter a guilty plea to the charges on October 4 before judge Vern Perez.

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