Police arrest man – wanted for months – for 29 felonies and criminal offenses, and 2 warrants

The following is from a news release from the Guam Police Department:

The Guam Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Section (CIS) Detectives have been working on locating a male adult for several open criminal crimes ranging from violent felony cases to theft related cases.

JATHAN JOHN PANGELINAN TEDTAOTAO had been eluding law enforcement officials for months as he also has two outstanding Arrests Warrants issued by the Superior Court of Guam.

On Friday November 26, 2021, CIS Detectives were activated when Patrol Officers from Central Precinct Command had come into contact with TEDTAOTAO who was in possession of a stolen vehicle and suspected narcotics.

He was relinquished to the custody of CIS Detectives and subsequently arrested for the following criminal offenses:

Aggravated Assault (4 counts)
Assault (6 counts)
Guilt Established by Complicity (2 counts)
Theft of a Motor Vehicle (2 counts)
Conspiracy (2 counts)
Robbery (3 counts)
Theft by Receiving
Theft of Property (2 counts)
Burglary to a Vehicle
Family Violence (3 counts)
Illegal Possession of a Controlled Substance (Scheduled II) 2 Warrants of Arrest

TEDTAOTAO was processed, booked, and confined at the Department of Corrections.

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