A man on pretrial release in a 2018 burglary case has been arrested and charged in connection with a separate burglary in which more than $20,000 worth of items was reported stolen.
Jonathan Torres Tedtaotao, 48, was charged with burglary as a second-degree felony, theft as a second-degree felony and criminal trespass as a misdemeanor.
According to court documents, police responded to a complaint in Tamuning on May 20. The victim told police he had returned home that afternoon and noticed his door was unlocked.
He said items such as jewelry and cash valued at more than $20,000 were taken from inside the home, documents state.
Sources point to suspect
A neighbor's home surveillance system caught a man on camera, and the victim later received a message on social media identifying the suspect. Authorities also received an anonymous call identifying the man in the video, documents state.
The victim later told police that he viewed a different video that showed a man carrying his stolen backpack while walking within the condominium complex, documents state.
Probation officers also confirmed the identity of the suspect in the video, documents state.