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Not guilty verdict for David Quitugua, Jr.

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - After a four-day trial, a Superior Court of Guam jury returned a not guilty verdict against David Quitugua, Jr. He was found not guilty on three counts of 2nd degree robbery as well as lesser included offenses of theft.  According to news files, police arrested Quitugua and said he was responsible for a string of gameroom robberies.  Police even recovered the knife that was allegedly used in all of the robberies in Quitugua's car.

Based on what was presented by the Attorney General's Office during the trial, the jury didn't find any evidence to prove guilt.  Quitugua meanwhile has three pending cases in the Superior Court related to theft and drug charges.

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