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Teen among those accused of robbing tourists in Tumon

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Four people, including a 15-year-old, have been accused of robbing tourists in Tumon. Shawn Michael Quichocho is charged with 2nd Degree Robbery. He along with David Jesus Quichocho and Cleo Justine Barcinas Topasna are also charged Conspiracy; Criminal Facilitation; Guilt Established by Complicity and Jurisdiction Over an Adult.

A 15-year-old boy is also charged with 2nd Degree Robbery; Guilt Established by Complicity; Conspiracy; Criminal Facilitation; Theft of Property and Jurisdiction Over an Adult.

Investigators say police were flagged downed by a bystander who had witnessed a robbery. Three tourists claim they had been robbed. Police searched the area and caught the suspects.

Authorities learned the suspects were involved in two other alleged robberies in Tumon earlier this month.

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