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Irvin White III will plead guilty to multiple robberies

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - It looks like the man who confessed to robbing the Bank of Guam in Yigo last year and pled not guilty last week will now plead guilty to the bank heist and more.

Irvin White III appeared before Judge Michael Bordallo this morning in hopes of entering a global plea deal for the bank heist, a Guam Collections Agency burglary, and a robbery at Days Inn.

Although Bordallo acknowledged the global plea and called it "incredibly generous," he could not execute it because Judge James Canto oversees the bank robbery case. Canto is currently off-island and won't return to the bench until Monday.

White confessed to the bank robbery earlier this month and 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.

White and his father also confessed to stealing a safe at the Guam Collections Agency.

Late last month, white was also arrested with Tommy Afaisen accused of robbing a Days Inn employee, stealing his car, and opening fire at police in a high speed chase through Tamuning.

The plea deal would require white to testify in all three trials. Currently jury selection is underway for Afaisen in the days inn robbery.
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