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Keith Garrido faces more charges

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Keith Jermaine Garrido already faces life in prison for murder but could face many more as there are still over a dozen charges against him including home invasion, attempted murder, robbery, kidnapping, and felony and escape.

Garrido appeared in court Thursday morning via Skype from the Hagatna Lockup for allegedly escaping from a DepCor vehicle and assaulted another woman in her home.

Although both parties requested for more time, Judge Anita Sukola hopes to see progress by March 6 when Garrido is already set to appear for sentencing for the murder of Nancy Mafnas. His plea deal with the government requires he cooperate with authorities as there may be other suspects in this case.

Sukola requested the March 6 date be used to address all of Garrido's pending matters.

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