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Irvin White III enters plea deal for numerous crimes

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - It's official. After confessing to police and then pleading not guilty in court to the alleged crimes, Irvin White III has officially entered a global plea deal with the government for the Yigo Bank of Guam robbery and more.

It appears the defendant faces as little as seven and a half years behind bars should he continue to cooperate with the government.

Judge James Canto stated, "What this is telling me is that if you go ahead and cooperate and they're satisfied with your cooperation they'd recommend you received seven and a half years in prison - that would be served at the same time as the sentences that you either received or are going to receive in the two other cases."

According to White's global plea, if he fails to testify against his co-defendants he's looking at a total of 30 years behind bars - ten years each for the three crimes to be served consecutively.

White confessed to police that he and two others robbed the Yigo bank branch last year. White implicated himself as one of the men who entered the bank, his father Jackery White as the getaway driver, and Edward Baza as the gunman. The three men made off with $11,000 from teller drawers which they split.

White also confessed to the Days Inn robbery back in December in which he and Tommy Afaisen robbed the hotel employee, stole the man's car, and opened fire at police in a high speed chase through Tamuning.

Lasty white confessed to a burglary at Marianas Collection Agency implicating that he and his father, Jackery, stole a safe.

Today's court hearing before Judge Canto finalized White's global plea deal as he's already entered guilty pleas for the two other cases.

As we previously reported, Judge Michael Bordallo accepted his pleas and called the agreement "incredibly generous."

Earlier this month white testified against Afaisen in the Days Inn robbery. After a few short hours in deliberations, the jury found Afaisen guilty of all the charges.

As for the Bank of Guam robbery, white is anticipated to testify against his father Jackery White and Baza as jury trial and selection is scheduled to begin March 3rd.

Meanwhile, white's next court appearance is a further proceedings hearing slated for March 16.
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