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Superceding indictment against Alex Castro

Guam - A superior court grand jury returned a superceding indictment against Alexander James Castro for a 2010 case.  He is charged with 1st degree robbery with a special allegation of possession and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony, 2nd degree robbery with a special allegation, aggravated assault, kidnapping and terrorizing. 

The charges stem from an incident that occurred on January 24, 2010. Castro allegedly kidnapped and robbed a male victim at gunpoint, stealing money, a cellular phone and his ID card.  It's alleged that the victim was repeatedly beaten and tortured.  Castro also allegedly threatened to kill another individual.  

A hearing has been set for September 4.

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