GPD Arrests Pair for Vehicle Break-Ins; Recover Camera Stolen from Governor’s Photographer


Guam – Guam Police have arrested 2 people wanted in connection with a series of vehicle thefts.

34 year old Steven Earl Camacho and 41 year old Norma Jean Hocog have been booked and confined on various charges including burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and guilty established by complicity.

The pair were stopped by police as they were driving out of the K-Mart parking lot in Upper Tumon yesterday [Thursday] afternoon.

An eyewitness to the arrest told PNC News that Officers blocked the couple’s car, drew their guns and ordered the two to get out of their vehicle and lie on the ground.

Today, [Friday], Guam Police Spokesman Officer A.J. Balajadia reports that the arrests were made after an off duty police officer noticed a vehicle wanted for several vehicle burglaries in the parking lot of the K-Mart.  The officer called the Tumon Precinct and requested a police unit.

Then, according to Balajadia,  the officers witnessed an individual break into a vehicle in the K-Mart parking lot.

Officer Balajadia reports that several stolen items were recovered from the suspects vehicle including a stolen camera from Governor Calvo’s photographer who had his car broken into while at Adelup.