Five arrested for string of robberies – The Guam Daily Post

Five individuals have been arrested over a string of robberies and burglaries throughout the island. 

Police officers arrested 35-year-old Franklin Peter Mendiola Aldan, 41-year-old Clarence Glen Aldan, 42-year-old Doris Ann Soriano Deleon Guerrero, 22-year-old Joseph Peter Cabrera Pangelinan and 31-year-old Eddie John Cruz III. 

Officers first arrested Franklin and Clarence Aldan in Yigo on March 26, in connection with a robbery at the Payless Supermarket in the Micronesia Mall. 

Franklin Aldan was found operating a stolen Honda Civic with Clarence Aldan and Deleon Guerrero as passengers, according to a Guam Police Department release. 

All three were taken in for questioning at the GPD Tiyan headquarters. Detectives learned the Aldans were also allegedly involved in multiple robberies and named two other alleged co-conspirators. 

Detectives arrested Pangelinan and Cruz based on this information. 

Franklin Aldan was arrested for a March 25 theft of a motor vehicle in Dededo, a Feb. 11 robbery at Verona Resort & Spa, a Feb. 2 robbery at the Alupang Sunset Garden Condominium, a Jan. 7 burglary and the March 23 theft at Payless in the Micronesia Mall. 

Clarence Aldan was also arrested for the March 25 motor vehicle theft, a March 6 motor vehicle theft in Yona, the Payless robbery, a Jan. 24 robbery at Oh Maganda Karaoke Lounge in Dededo and an attempted robbery at the 24-hour Game Time game room in Tamuning. 

Deleon Guerrero was arrested for the March 25 vehicle theft. 

Pangelinan was arrested in relation to robberies at Game Time on Jan. 25 and Feb. 22.

Cruz was also arrested in relation to robberies at Game Time on those dates. 

“The Guam Police Department would like to encourage the community to take a stance against crime by reporting all suspicious and criminal activities to the police by calling our dispatcher at 472-8911,” the GPD release stated.

Information can also be submitted anonymously through the Guam Crime Stoppers 24 hour hotline at 477-HELP (4357) or online at

Calls will remain confidential, according to the police, and a cash reward of up to $1,000 could be paid if the information provided leads to an arrest and a grand jury indictment.

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