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McIntosh could accept plea in burglary case

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Ricky Mcintosh Jr. may have been acquitted of all charges in the Bank of Guam robbery, but he could be heading back to trial - this time in connection to a Yigo burglary.

As we've been reporting, McIntosh was implicated as one of the gunmen in the bank heist earlier this year, but cleared of all charges after his co-defendant failed to testify against him.

Hours after his release, he was re-arrested for a burglary where his fingerprints were found on a jewelry box.

Although jury selection and trial is slated to start next week, his attorney Sam Teker noted today that a plea deal is on the table and will need more time to review the offer with his client.

Proceedings will continue on Tuesday.
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