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Man arrested for Malojloj shooting

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Several calls came into the KUAM Newsroom last night regarding the situation in Malojloj and why roads were being blocked-off. Reports noted a man walking along Route 4 in the village, firing gunshots in the air by the Malojloj 76 gas station.

The Guam Police Department's SWAT unit, the Criminal Investigation Division, Naval Security Police, Highway Patrol and Guam Conservation were activated. Arrested was 31-year-old John Paul Taijeron, Jr. on a dozen charges including attempted murder, family violence, terrorizing, and assault on a police officer.

Taijeron is a Department of Corrections officer and as a result faces charges of official misconduct.

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