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Three arrested for Harmon gameroom robbery

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Three men have been arrested in connection to a robbery that occurred at the Lucky Land Game Room located along Adrian Sanchez road in Harmon. The robbery occurred on September 7th.

According to police spokesperson officer AJ Balajadia two men walked into the game room. One of the men then violently shoved the cashier to the ground by pulling her hair. He then pulled out a gun and demanded cash. The other suspect then entered the cashier booth and took money from the cash register.

Balajadia adds that after extensive investigation, the Criminal Justice Strike Force were able to identify one of the suspects. A search warrant was subsequently executed which led the arrest of the following three individuals:

-25-year-old Dray Jude Lujan of Dededo. He was  arrested for Guilt Established by Complicity, and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery.

 -28-year-old Anthony John Palacios of Dededo. He was arrested for 1st Degree Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Reckless Conduct, Felonious Restraint, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery, Use of a Deadly Weapon in The Commission of a Felony, Criminal Facilitation, Guilt Established by Complicity and Theft of Property.

-30-year-old Harry Vincent Benavente of Dededo. He was arrested for 3rd Degree Robbery, and Guilt Established by Complicity.

All three men were booked and confined.

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