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Health concerns delay sentencing for home invader

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Health concerns delay the sentencing of Kendall McKinney.

While at the Superior Court of Guam this morning, counsel addressed that the defendant may not be taking his medications while detained at the Department of Corrections.

The court referred the defendant for a psychological evaluation and will return on May 19.

McKinney was convicted in December for a home invasion case in which he held an elderly couple at gunpoint, robbed them, and then returned several times later to steal their vehicles.
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