Investigators tracked down a suspect whose fingerprints matched prints taken from a Dededo residence that was ransacked two years in the past, resulting in fees towards Anthony Manalo Cabrera.
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A lady in January 2019 stayed the evening at her son’s home and when she returned residence, she discovered her place had been rummaged by way of and luggage, clothes, jewellery and money have been stolen, courtroom paperwork said.
The stolen gadgets have been valued at about $7,270.
The kitchen window display screen was reduce and glass louvers eliminated, the charging paperwork said.
The house owner didn’t know Cabrera and didn’t give him permission to enter her residence.
Police checked a Mangilao residence on Monday, searching for Cabrera however was informed by a lady he wasn’t there, in accordance with Superior Courtroom of Guam paperwork. Two days later, the lady informed authorities that she was in an on-again-and-off-again relationship with Cabrera and he really was on the residence after they checked final time however he fled into the jungle.
She moved in with him in 2017 and seen the house had energy however the energy meter didn’t have a meter quantity. Police discovered that there was a direct hook up from the picket energy pole, in accordance with the Justice of the Peace’s grievance.
Cabrera was charged with housebreaking as a second-degree felony, theft of property as a second-degree felony and felony trespass as a misdemeanor in reference to the 2019 incident and theft of utilities as a third-degree felony.