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Cops make burglary arrest

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police have arrested a man who they believe is responsible for two burglaries in Barrigada. Kson Hallucky was arrested and charged with burglary and robbery.

According to court documents, police were able to confirm that Hallucky was responsible based on latent prints that were taken from both crime scenes. Hallucky allegedly broke into an apartment back in May but was caught by the owner who woke up.  The magistrate's complaint states that Hallucky grabbed a t-ball bat and a knife and fled the scene.  Police also believe he was responsible for breaking into a pickup truck and stealing a cell phone and other items. 

When confronted by police, Hallucky told police he was drunk and didn't know where he was.  He admitted though that he saw a man come at him with a baseball bat.

He is being held on $50,000 cash bail.

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