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Police make additional arrests in rape case

Betewen Henry Betewen Henry
Oratuch Henry Oratuch Henry
Helpme Roby Helpme Roby

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Three more people have been arrested and charged in connection with this weekend's alleged rape of two female minors. Betewen Henry and Henry Oratuch were arrested on various charges to include criminal sexual conduct, guilt established by complicity, child abuse and unsworn falsification. 

Police also arrested Helpme Roby who was named in the magistrate's complaint the other day but had not been located.  Roby was charged with 1st degree criminal sexual conduct along with 20-year-old Gibson Billias and 17-year-old Hen Henry.  They are accused of drinking alcohol with an 11-year-old girl and a 15-year-old girl and then allegedly taking turns and sexually assaulting the girls in a jungle area near Santa Ana in Dededo.  

Oratuch was also charged with child pornography. 

Between Henry, Oratuch, and Roby are expected to appear before a judge this afternoon.

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