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Still no arrests for Yigo hit-&-run that killed three girls

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Still no arrests have been made in a fatal hit and run that left three teen girls dead late last month. Cherrica Gallen, Saly Edwin Santos, and Julia George were walking home from a friend's house when they were hit by a car.

Although police have identified a suspect, Highway Patrol continues to investigate and reconstruct the scene.

We should note, it took almost four months for police to make an arrest following a fatal hit and run along the Back Road to Andersen earlier this year.

Despite a confession from the alleged suspect, police were advised from the Attorney General's Office to properly reconstruct the events of that night before making an arrest.

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