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Dededo man arrested in home invasion

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Kendall Norris McKinney, 23 Kendall Norris McKinney, 23

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A Dededo man is behind bars accused of being involved in  a home invasion back in August.  Kendall Norris McKinney, 23, is accused of holding an elderly couple at gunpoint as he robbed them.  The couple's wallet, purse and car keys were stolen.  A week later the couple's vehicle was stolen.

Guam Police Department spokesperson Sergeant Liz Flickinger says it was later discovered that the sports utility vehicle had been used in a robbery at Winstar Gameroom.  In September the couple's other car was stolen from Benavente Middle School, where one of them is employed.   The cars were found stripped in a remote location in Dededo.  Flickinger says the couple's home had been burglarized twice before the home invasion. 

McKinney was arrested and charged with Warrant of Arrest, Burglary (2 counts), Robbery (1 count), Theft of Property, and Theft of a Motor Vehicle (2 counts).

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