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Adrian Nego magistrated

by Krystal Paco

Guam - The driver of a brown pick up truck used as a get away vehicle during the robbery of a Japanese tourist earlier this month was magistrated in the Superior Court of Guam. Adrian Joel Nego was identified by his brother Glen Manuel Nego, who was also arrested. As we reported Glen and Adrian stole a handbag from a tourist in Tumon after befriending them by offering to take the victim's pictures on July 2nd. Through further investigation Adrian and his brother were also positively identified and admitted to being the same suspects involved in a burglary of a home in Sinajana in which the same brown pick up truck was seen fleeing the residence. According to GPD spokesperson Officer Art Paulino the Nego brothers may be linked to other burglaries pending investigation. Adrian Nego is being charged with burglary as a 2nd degree felony and third degree robbery as a 3rd degree felony.

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