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Three arrested in gang rape of two minors

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Gibson Billug, 20, of Dededo Gibson Billug, 20, of Dededo

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Three people have been arrested in connection with the alleged rape of two female minors.  According to Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia says officers from the Dededo Precinct received a call on Saturday morning about a beyond control 14-year-old female minor who was intoxicated in the Santa Ana Subdivision area.  

The combative female reported to officers that she was forced to drink alcohol and was raped by at least four male suspects. Balajadia says during the interview police learned that an 11-year-old girl had also been raped.  Officers found her unclothed and intoxicated in a concrete water pipe in the jungle area in Santa Ana in Dededo.

GPD's Juvenile and Criminal Investigation Sections were activated and arrested Gibson Billug, 20, of Dededo on 2 counts criminal sexual conduct, conspiracy and jurisdiction over an adult.  He was booked and confined. Balajadia says two 15-year-old male minors were taken into custody and chargedwith 2 counts criminal sexual conduct, and conspiracy. They were confined at the Department of Youth Affairs.

Police continue to investigate and are looking for an adult male who is wanted in reference to his involvement in this case.  The two female minors have been treated at Healing Hearts and are receiving assistance from Child Protective Services and the Guam Police Departments Victims Advocate Unit.

NOTE: while GPD released the man's name is "Gibson Billug", DepCor processed him as "Gibson Billias".
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