by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Three men who admitted to robbing New Nana's Market back in September 2011 were sentenced in the U.S. District Court of Guam. Dwayne J. San Nicolas was sentenced to 138 months behind bars while Dedrick J. Aguon was sentenced to 117 months, and Balbino Leon Guerrero was sentenced to serve 91 months behind bars.
The three defendants pleaded guilty to Hobbs Act robbery and discharging or brandishing a firearm during a crime.
Upon release from prison, they will each have to serve five years on supervised release and perform community service.