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MORE charges have been brought up against the two sailors who allegedly tried to rob a man near the Liberation Day Carnival casino earlier this week.
Guam Police Department acting spokesman Sgt. Mike Aguon said the robbery task force unit has charged Justin Daniel Miska, 21, with second degree robbery; attempted second degree robbery; possession and use of a weapon in the commission of a felony (two counts); conspiracy to commit robbery (two counts); terrorizing (two counts); and reckless conduct.
The second sailor, Michael Anthony Reper Mayers, 22, was charged with criminal facilitation (two counts).
Aguon said that after further investigation, the two were found to be also responsible for the attempted armed robbery at Best Massage in Tamuning and the armed robbery at Hana Shiatsu Massage in Tumon.
“GPD, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service and NCID agents were able to establish that both sailors were also responsible for a burglary that occurred within Naval Station, Guam,” Aguon added.
The robbery task force will continue further investigation on all the recent robberies that have occurred in stores and restaurants. It is still asking the public for any information on these robberies.
The two Navy sailors were assigned to the Maritime Expeditionary Security Group One Detachment Guam based on Naval Base Guam. They are currently confined at the Territorial Detention Center on $25,000 bail each and are scheduled to appear in court for a preliminary hearing on July 6 at 4 p.m. before presiding Judge Alberto Lamorena.