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Three jailed for robbing tourist

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John Anthony McCord John Anthony McCord
Devin Jesus Carbone Santos Devin Jesus Carbone Santos
Dylan Fejerang Dylan Fejerang

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Three people are behind bars after they robbed a tourist in Tumon on Thursday night. 21-year-old John Anthony McCord, 18-year-old Devin Santos, and 18-year-old Dylan Fejerang were arrested in connection with the crime. 

Guam Police Department spokesperson Officer Allan Guzman says the incident happened around 9:45 last night. "Apparently toward the entrance of the Hyatt - a female, age 56, Korean, apparently was approached by three male suspects one of the suspects grabbed her purse and struggle ensued where she fell and received some injuries as a result of the robbery. She was transported to the hospital, treated and released."

They fled in a silver Nissan Sentra.  Just before eleven o'clock Hagatna Precinct officers spotted the vehicle in Ordot and the individuals were taken into custody.  Police also determined that the getaway vehicle was stolen as well.

McCord, Fejarang, and Santos were all charged with 2nd degree robbery.  McCord was also charged with use of a weapon in the commission of a felony, illegal possession, resisting arrest, and theft of motor vehicle. Police are still investigating to determine whether the three are linked to any other crimes.

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