The Guam Police Department has finally made an arrest in a five-month-old burglary case.
It was back in July of 2019 when officers from the Tamuning Precinct Command were alerted to a burglary of a home in Tamuning.
Through the initial complaint, it was learned that numerous high-end jewelry was stolen from the home.
Video surveillance footage depicted Georgina Cundiff Quenga, who was identified by the victim as the burglar.
On Jan. 15 of this year, detectives from GPD’s Criminal Investigation Division conducted a follow-up relative to the July burglary complaint and a November theft of property complaint involving Georgina Quenga.
According to Sgt. Paul Tapao, GPD spokesman, detectives were able to locate Quenga at her home in Agat from where she was transported to GPD Headquarters in Tiyan.
Detectives later arrested Georgina Cundiff Quenga for the following offenses: burglary, theft of property, and fraudulent use of a credit card.
She was later booked and confined at the Department of Corrections. The case has been forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General for prosecution.