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Teen sentenced for burglaries committed with his mom

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - 19 year old Patrick Quenga was sentenced to five years in prison with two years suspended for the rash of burglaries he and his mother, Nalani were arrested for last year. Quenga pled guilty to burglary and theft of property, and agreed to testify against Nalani when she goes to trial. The pair are accused of stealing jewelry, money and weapons from at least nine homes, then pawning the jewelry to purchase the drug ice. Nalani is currently on pretrial release. Meantime, Patrick is under house arrest and is ordered to turn himself in at the Department of Corrections Tuesday at noon.

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