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Former MPs to plead guilty to robberies

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two former Navy military police officers accused of multiple armed robberies have entered into plea agreements and if approved by the court, will be released from jail next week.  Justin Miska and Michael Mayers have been in jail for more than a year accused of robbing two massage parlors and a man at the carnival casino last year. 

The two were ready to plead guilty today but Superior Court Judge Maria Cenzon wanted additional time to review the agreements that would give them a one year sentence with credit for time served, making them eligible for immediate release.  Both have been discharged from the military and defense attorneys have asked that the two be allowed to transfer their probation to the states. 

The change of plea hearing is now scheduled for December 13.

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