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Moses Moses arrested for robbing Maite laundrommat

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - 23-year-old Moses Moses was booked and confined accused of robbing the 24 Hour Wash & Dry in Maite early Sundaymorning. 

According to Guam Police Department spokesperson officer AJ Balajadia, Moses allegedly entered the laundry mat and brandished what appeared to be a handgun demanding money. The suspect fled on foot with cash and coins. 

A nearby guard took note of the getaway vehicle leading to Moses' arrest where he confessed to also robbing shell and 76 gas stations in Barrigada. He told police he needed money to purchase pampers for his 4-month-old daughter. 

Moses was charged with 3counts 1st Degree Robbery, and 3counts of Use of a Deadly Weapon in the Commission of a Felony. He was booked and confined. 
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