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Tumon robbery suspects indicted in Superior Court

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two men allegedly involved in a Tumon robbery last week have been indicted by a superior court grand jury.

Theodore Nelson II and Peter Robert Cruz are charged with 2nd degree robbery with a special allegation for possession and use of deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.

Nelson is the alleged driver and Cruz allegedly robbed the tourist at knifepoint.

Nelson is currently on pre-trial release to third-party custodians on house arrest while Cruz remains behind bars.

Arraignment is set for next week Wednesday.

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