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Rocket launcher was stolen from Korea Air Base

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - A military "rocket launcher" was recovered from a residence off Swamp Road in Dededo Friday night.  

 This follows a weeklong investigation leading to the arrest of three people in connection to the theft. 

 

According to a release from the Guam Police department, Donald Aldan and Ivan Cabrera fled but were quickly apprehended by criminal justice strike force units whose search warrant of the Dededo house uncovered drug paraphernalia and varied ammunition. Special investigations section and Air Force office of special investigations also located the rocket launcher in the nearby jungle. 

Cabrera was arrested for Possession of a Scheduled I Controlled Substance and Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance. 

Aldab, who been on fugitive listing for some time, was arrested for Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, Warrant of Arrest and Resisting Arrest. 

John San Nicolas was arrested for Theft of Property and Warrant of Arrest

All three were booked and confined. More arrests may be pending as well as federal charges. 

It was discovered that the rocket launcher was illegly taken from Kusan Air Base in Korea.

 

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