Guam – The arrest of two men allegedly involved in twin robberies in Tumon last week led police to the direction of two other suspected accomplices, including a 15-year-old.
Police said three male tourists reported being robbed by two unknown men. The victims were able to provide police with the suspects’ descriptions.
After a check of the surrounding areas, two men matching the descriptions were found within the parking lot of Fiesta Resort.
Police said questioning of the suspects revealed that they were responsible for two other robbery complaints, which occurred on March 6 near the Holiday Resort and March 10 near the Pacific Island Club.
Police also learned that two additional suspects were involved in the robberies.
Guam Police Department Spokesman Sgt. Paul Tapao said that officers were able to locate the remaining two individuals identified and arrested the following:
- Shawn Michael Quichocho, 18, from Mangilao. Quichocho was arrested for second degree robbery, conspiracy, guilt established by complicity, criminal facilitation, jurisdiction over an adult and theft of property.
- David Jesus Quichocho, 19, from Mangilao. Quichocho was arrested for conspiracy, criminal facilitation, guilt established by complicity and jurisdiction over an adult.
- Cleo Justine Barcinas Topasna, 20, female, Mangilao. Topasna was arrested for conspiracy, criminal facilitation, guilt established by complicity and jurisdiction over an adult.
- A 15-year-old male minor was also taken into custody at the Department of Youth Affairs on similar offenses.
They were all booked and confined.