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Yigo man arrested for kidnapping outside bakery

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - 33-year-old Ray Tedtaotao Camacho of Yigo has been arrested in connection to Monday's kidnapping and sexual assault incident at Crown Bakery. A woman was leaving the bakery when a man who was hiding in the back seat of her car, forced her to drive to another location where he sexually and physically assaulted her.

Guam Police Department SWAT and Criminal Investigation Division detectives executed a search warrant at a home in Yigo this morning and arrested Camacho on two different cases, including the Crown Bakery crime. He faces several charges including kidnapping, robbery, criminal sexual conduct, felonious restraint, terrorizing, child abuse, assault and harassment. He was booked and confined.

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