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Man in critical condition after club riot

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A man who was stabbed during a riot at the Belau Lounge early Sunday morning is in critical condition at the Guam Memorial Hospital.  Four people were taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries they sustained during the altercation. 

Police arrived on the scene and arrested four men and a 17-year-old on rioting charges.  One woman said she was hit in the head with a brick while another man was hit with a bat.  Officers found rocks and broken glass and say that there were dozens of people who were at the bar during the riot.

The case has been forwarded to the Criminal Investigation Division and anyone with information about what happened is asked to contact police or call Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP (4357).

The following individuals were arrested:

1. James Victor Jr. - Male Pohenpeian, 21, from Tamuning
Rioting, Failure to Disburse, and Disorderly Conduct. Booked and Released.

2. Salvador Devane - Male Palauan, 22, from Dededo
Rioting, Failure to Disburse, and Disorderly Conduct. Booked and Release

3. Sasao Boyd - Male Palauan, 39, from Barrigada
Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, Rioting, and Failure to Disburse. Booked and Release

4. Jacery Ray Ngiltii - Male Palauan, 19, from Dededo
Rioting, Failure to Disburse. Booked and Release

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