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Man charged for alleged fanny pack attack

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A 65-year-old man is behind bars after he allegedly beat a female victim with a fanny pack. Court documents state Singkio Simina showed up to a Mangilao apartment where the victim was located. Documents state the victim locked herself in a bedroom and Simina allegedly kicked the door open. He is then alleged to have repeatedly slapped the victim on her head and arms.

The magistrate complaint reveals Simina allegedly swung a fanny pack at the victim, striking her thigh and causing a puncture wound. Court documents state the fanny pack contained two unsheathed knives that penetrated the fanny pack. Documents state blood streamed from the victims thigh injury, which medics confirmed required stitches.

Simina was booked and confined on charges of aggravated assault, family violence and criminal mischief.

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