Eugino Sones and others involved in robberies arrested


A man was arrested for his alleged involvement in several robberies that took place at several mom-and-pop stores and gas stations late last year.

According to the Guam Police Department, late last year, two males entered several stores, purchasing beer when they suddenly pulled out a gun demanding money.

According to a media release from the Guam Police Department, the first arrest, 31-year-old KM Reifich was arrested on October 30th of last year, in the Dededo area.

Upon interrogation, Reifich admitted to partnering up with 31-year-old Eugino Sones.

GPD says that Reifich also admitted to taking part in two robberies, one in Yigo Hills Market and one in Home Plus Market.

the pair were reportedly identified through a police line-up by two cashiers.

Robberies at OK Fun Game Room and Fun Land Game Room were also looked into and through that investigation police also identified Ryan Jay Cruz to be working with Sones in robbing the game rooms.

Sones faces multiple charges of 2nd-degree robbery via complicity.

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Jannette Samson is a broadcast reporter for the Pacific News Center. Her beats are lifestyle, tourism, and crime, among others. Aside from being a reporter, she is also PNC's social media and web editor. You can sometimes hear her reporting the latest headlines for you on Sorensen Media Group's radio stations and on K57. Some of Jannette's passions include art, beauty, and blogging. She paints, creates prints, and dabbles in various art media in her free time. Jannette is also a self-taught makeup artist. In addition to that, she is a visual artist. Her artwork was featured in many art exhibitions and galleries in Guam such as Imbentibu Famalao'an I at the Castro Art Gallery; Imbentibu Famalao'an II and Body Beautiful at the Lees-Reyes Art Gallery; the 2020 University of Guam Undergraduate Exhibition; and the Annual Research Conference Art Exhibition at the Isla Center for the Arts.