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Alleged murderer escapes from DepCor van

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Department of Corrections is conducting a massive manhunt for alleged murderer Keith Jermaine Garrido in the Chalan Pago area.  DepCor confirms that Garrido jumped out of the transport van that was headed to the Superior Court at the Chalan Pago/Maimai traffic light.  The escape happened at 8:17 this morning. 

KUAM News has confirmed that two DepCor officers were in the van with the court transports.   Garrido is being held behind bars for the brutal murder of Barrigada resident Nancy Mafnas.

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