by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Bank of Guam robbery suspect Antonio Quitugua was in court today. Although he was scheduled to be arraigned instead his attorney had to withdraw from the case. Defense attorney Anthony Camacho told the court that family ties to the Bank of Guam may pose a potential conflict.
Judge Alberto Tolentino relieved him from the case and appointed Attorney Leslie Travis. Quitigua is now scheduled to be arraigned on March 26. As we reported he is one of four suspect arrested in connection to the February bank robbery.