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Man arrested for breaking into home while family slept

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - 29-year-old Toichy Tomuo was arrested for burglarizing a Dededo home while the family was sleeping.

According to court documents, Tomuo was allegedly caught on surveillance footage taking money from the woman's purse and trying to get into the family's car.

He walked away with $50.

According to KUAM News files, this isn't the first time Tomuo has broken into a home.

Back in 2012 Tomuo allegedly broke into a Harmon apartment and sexually assaulted a teenage boy in the home. He was charged with 2nd degree criminal sexual conduct, burglary, and criminal mischief.
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