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Bank robbery suspects appear in court

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Antonio Quitugua, Jathan Tedtaotao and Joshua Tedtaotao appeared in court this morning for a criminal trial setting. The three were arrested last month for breaking into a yigo home and stealing guns and ammunition. Because the investigation overlaps with the bank of guam robbery, defense attorneys Anthony camacho and Jeff moots have requested to withdraw from the case due to potential conflicts. The court granted moots' request and has appointed Sam teker to represent Jathan Tedtaotao. Camachos request is pending paperwork. The court does intend to appoint Leslie Travis to represent Quitugua. As we've been reporting Jathan Tedtaotao is the alleged gunman in the bank robbery while Quitugua is the alleged lookout before the robbery occurred. The court will issue trial dates for the three on March 27 at 9 a.m. 

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