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Navy thanks Guam law enforcement for investigation

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Attorney General's Office and the Guam Police Department received recognition from the Navy for their help in the April 2013 Nimitz Hill home invasion robbery. You may recall the case involved two men and a teenager who forced their way into the home, beat a woman and left her unconscious. Kyle Cruz entered a plea deal in the case while Raymond Tedtaotao and Anthony Mendiola were found guilty for their roles in the crime. Joint Region Marianas Commander Rear Admiral Tilghman Payne presented a plaque of appreciation to AG Leonardo Rapadas and Police Chief Fred Bordallo.  The Rear Admiral says  the successful closure of the case illustrated the important partnership between Guam's military and local government agencies.

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