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Two arrested for Mangilao armed robbery

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George Sae Il Son George Sae Il Son
Bianca Brooke Borja Bianca Brooke Borja

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two people were arrested after robbing the Are You Game game room early this morning.  Police were called to the Mangilao game room just before 3am.  The cashier reported that a woman entered the establishment armed with a knife and demanded money from the cashier.

After grabbing a handful of cash, the woman also attempted to rob a female customer of her bracelet but wasn't successful.  The suspect fled and within minutes Hagatna Precinct and Agat precinct officers and Criminal Justice Strike Force members arrived on the scene and located the woman hiding in the jungle.  

Witnesses also reported that a man operating a silver Honda Civic appeared to be helping the woman.  Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer AJ Balajadia says before police arrived, the male driver got out of the car in the middle of the road and tried to hit the witnesses with a baseball bat as they chased after her.  

Bianca Brooke Borja was arrested for 2 counts of first degree robbery, 2 counts possession and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony, conspiracy to commit robbery and resisting arrest. She was found with crystal methamphetamine in her pocket.  Less than an hour later, police pulled over the suspect vehicle and arrested George Sae Il Son of Mangilao for conspiracy to commit robbery, guilt established by complicity and criminal facilitation.

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