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Police apprehend man in Malojloj shooting

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police have blocked off a portion of Route 4 in Malojloj after a man was found shooting at cars in the area. Agat Precinct officers received a call about a man standing on the side of the road firing off several rounds with a handgun. 

When officers passed by the area, the man allegedly began shooting off several rounds at the police cruiser.  Police were able to apprehend the individual and a search is being conducted to locate the firearm. 

No other information has been made available at this time.

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