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Keith Garrido will plead guilty next week

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - It will be another week before Keith Garrido changes his plea. Garrido was scheduled to plead guilty today to the murder of Nancy Mafnas, but the hearing was continued. During today's proceedings Chief Deputy Attorney General Phil Tydingco notified Judge Anita Sukola that a modification is being made to the plea agreement. As a result, the judge ordered the new plea agreement be submitted by February 10th, with the change of plea scheduled for next Friday. Garrido broke into Mafnas' Barrigada home three years ago. He beat the 63-year-old woman with a metal pipe, stole $8 from her purse, and stole her car.

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