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Guam -Two Navy seamen accused in an attempted armed robbery were magistrated in Superior Court Wednesday afternoon.
21 year old Justine Miska and 22 year old Michael A.R. Mayers were both charged with attempted second degree robbery and conspiracy to commit second degree robbery.
Navy Spokesman Lt. Matt Knight said that Seaman Justin Miska and Seaman Michael Mayers are active duty Navy attached to the Maritime Expeditionary Security Group One detachment Guam, based on Naval Base Guam.
According to the Magistrate's report, Miska "stated that he was present at the planning and execution of the robbery," and that "both he and Mayers used air soft pistols," not real guns.
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And Mayers told investigators that "he and Miska came up with the thought of robbing somebody as a joke." He also acknowledged that they had both been drinking.
Acting Guam Police Spokesman Sgt. Mike Aguon told PNC News that the two suspects were recorded on video tape from camera's inside the casino. Employees of the Carnival Casino identified the pair by name because they had been frequent patrons of the Casino.
Late Tuesday afternoon, both Mayers and Miska remained in custody on $25,000 bail each, said Superior Court Spokesman Josh Tenorio.
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