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Robber "Fast Freddy" due back in court in August

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - 29-year-old Fred Quinata, also known as "Fast Freddy", will remain in custody and return to court in August. During a hearing today a motion was filed for additional discovery which the prosecution stated was already submitted.

The trial is scheduled to being in February 2015.

Quinata is accused of 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.

Quinata was arrested last month after the cashier at the Old Spanish Bridge Mart was able to identify him in a photo lineup. Court documents state Quinata's mask fell off during the heist, and the cashier recognized him as a customer.
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