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Defense may seek plead in copper wire case

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - There could be a plea offer presented to at least one of the defendants in the copper wire theft case.

Freddy Susuico, Terrance Meno and Eric Faisao are accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of copper wire from numerous public schools and several businesses.

Susuico had asked to be released from jail and released to a third-party custodian but the defense withdrew the motion today.

Meno however is pleading guilty in an unrelated case and his attorney indicated to the court today that they will seek a plea offer in the copper wire case as well.

The court anticipates getting an update during the next hearing scheduled for September 16.

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