by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Police responded to a burglary in progress last Thursday in Barrigada. Not only did they eventually get the suspect who fled but they were able to link him to at least two other burglaries.
Joshua Pangelinan Tedtaotao was arrested for burglary in connection with a break-in, also in Barrigada, as well as two others that occurred in February and April of last year. According to court documents, Tedtaotao's fingerprints were also lifted from two of the crime scenes.
The Guam Bar Association announced a new ethics committee. At a special meeting held on Monday, GBA President Jacqueline Terlaje with board approval appointed an Investigative and Adjudicative Panel. Terlaje says new committee members will help the JudiciMore >>