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Sergeant pleads not guilty in federal theft case

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A U.S. Army sergeant first class who is accused of stealing from the federal government pleaded not guilty to charges of theft of government property, conspiracy to defraud the United States, making a fraudulent claim, and false statement to a federal government agency. Randolph Angoco appeared in the District Court today with his attorney. 

He is accused of drafting up false one-year real estate lease agreements with three members of the Guam Air National Guard so that they could obtain housing allowance. The trial is set for November 1 and Angoco was released.

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