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Christopher Tedtaotao detained for parole violation

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Christopher Anderson Tedtaotao may have been granted pre-trial release with conditions today, but he'll still being detained for violating his parole.  Tedtaotao will be held under the parole detainer for 15 days at which time parole will investigate his case. Upon completion of the investigation it will be determined if he will continue to be held or released. The next criminal trial setting is scheduled for August 7th at 9 am.  Tedtaotao as we reported is faces family violence and child abuse charges. He's accused of throwing a slipper to his one year old daughter knocking her to the ground then kicking her causing her to land two feet away.

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