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New indictment in Crown Bakery kidnapping case

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - After dismissing criminal charges against them back in November 2012, the Attorney General's Office has filed criminal charges again against Raymond Tedtaotao and Corina Lynn Blas. The two were caught on surveillance video using a stolen ATM card to buy gas and withdraw money, knowing the card belonged to a woman who had been kidnapped at Crown Bakery by Raymond Camacho. 

Upon the dismissal of the charges back in November 2012, Tedtaotao was released from jail and then participated in the Nimitz Hill home invasion, beating a woman unconscious and robbing her. He remains behind bars.  Camacho is waiting for the case to go to trial. 

A new indictment was handed down against all three defendants and Blas was arrested and placed behind bars. Tedtaotao and Blas are charged with identity theft, conspiracy to commit 2nd degree robbery, fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of property. 

The court appointed an attorney and the arraignment was continued until March 12.

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