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Court documents detail "Fast Freddy's" history of robbery

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The man accused in a string of robberies earlier this month is being held on $100,000 cash bail.

Fred Quinata, also known as "Fast Freddy" appeared before a magistrate's judge on Sunday and was charged with five counts of second degree robbery.

Court documents state Quinata admitted to robbing Chalan Santa Anita Store, the Tamuning Plaza Hotel, Winster Gameroom, the Old Spanish Bridge Mart, and Lada Mart all within the span of a week.

In his confession he states he used an air soft pistol and a bb gun to threaten the cashiers at the establishments and that although he initially says the money was to purchase eyeglasses for his son, he bought "ice" instead.

We should note, Quinata has an active case for a similar crime. Currently Quinata along with Adam Bautista and Jeffrey Gorong are charged for robbing Lucky Land Game Room and E World Game Room back in January. The case is set for jury trial and selection in September. Quinata was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond in this matter before he was re-arrested on Friday.
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