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Two more arrested for Barrigada kidnapping

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two more people have been arrested in connection with that horrific kidnapping and sexual assault we reported on several weeks ago. Raymond Camacho is being held behind bars on $250,000 cash bail for kidnapping the woman outside of Crown Bakery and then sexually and physically assaulted her and took her ATM card to get money. 

Police were able to obtain surveillance video and caught the individuals who were using the woman's ATM card to buy gas and withdraw money.  Raymond Tedtaotao and Corina Lynn Blas were arrested on charges of theft of property, fraudulent use of a credit card, and identity theft. According to court documents, Blas admitted that she knew the card was stolen and belonged to a woman who Camacho had kidnapped.  

Tedtaotao was also charged with conspiracy to commit robbery.

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