Guam – The charges filed against Raymond Torres Tedtaotao in last year’s Crown Bakery abduction case were dismissed “without prejudice,” which means they can be re-filed again.
Tedtaotao was arrested Friday night and formally charged Saturday with the April 20th Nimitz Hill home invasion which left a 27 year old woman with severe brain trauma.
On October 27th of last year both he and Corina Lynn Blas were linked to the abduction of a woman from the Crown Bakery.
Raymond C.T. Camacho is accused of the kidnapping and sexual assault during that October 15th incident. He’s also accused of forcing the victim to turn over her debit card and pin number during the course of that crime. Tedtaotao, along with Blas, were later charged with receiving that debit card from Camacho and using it to rack up $847 in illegal charges.
The motion to dismiss was filed a month later by Assistant Attorney General Gerald Henderson on November 19 of last year.
The dismissal motion provides no explanation as to why the charges were dismissed.
Spokeswoman for the Guam Attorney General, Carlina Charfarous told PNC News this morning in an email response to our request for an explanation for the dismissal by saying she would inquire about it. She had not yet had a chance to respond with that explanation as of this posting.