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Teen pleads guilty in home invasion case

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - A 16-year-old boy who admitted he was involved in a home invasion in Nimitz Hill could be released from the Department of Youth Affairs in June 2017.  Kyle Cruz entered into a deal with the Attorney General's Office and pled guilty today to burglary as a 2nd degree felony. Cruz has agreed to testify against co-defendants Raymond Torres Tedtaotao and Anthony Paul Mendiola who are waiting to go to trial.  In exchange for his cooperation, the AG's Office agreed to recommend a sentence of five years incarceration with credit for time served.  Sentencing for the minor is scheduled for December 17.

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