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Man charged for breaking into Dededo barber shop

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It was apparently his lucky day.35-year-old Jayson Dengesol Joseph is accused of breaking into a Dededo barber shop and stealing $200 from the register as well as cash from the tip jar. The burglary occurred on Monday. Court documents state the shop owner didn’t report it immediately to police, but shared the surveillance footage with one of his customers later that day.That customer recognized the suspect, stating he was in the gameroom next door. When confronted by the victim, a scuffle ensued and police were called. Court documents note Joseph is currently on pre-trial release on two felony cases. He was arrested and charged with burglary, theft, and criminal trespass. 
 

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