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Trial set for men who robbed man, stole car

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Two men responsible for putting a shutdown to parts of Tamuning last month will head to trial next week.

Irvin White III and Tommy Afaisen are accused of robbing a man, stealing his car, and opening fire at police in a high speed chase before fleeing on foot.

Both men will face a jury starting January 28.

White is also one of three men accused in last year's Bank of Guam robbery.

Earlier this month he confessed to police that he and two others robbed the Yigo bank. He implicated himself as one of the men who entered the bank demanding money, his father Jackery as the getaway driver, and Edward Baza as the gunman. Although both Irvin and Jackery told police they did it, they plead not guilty to the charges yesterday.
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