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Chin Woo Song arrested for attempted murder

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - 40-year-old Chin Woo Song was picked up by GPD's Criminal Investigation Section in connection with the assault of a Barrigada Heights man who is on life support.  Song was considered a person of interest in the case.

He was arrested for aggravated assault and attempted murder. Song is accused of assaulting Yunmo Ku at the Sing-A-Song Karaoke Bar in Harmon early Saturday morning. A day later the 27-year-old Ku was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital, where he has been clinging to life in critical condition from the injuries he sustained during the alleged bar fight. 

KUAM News has confirmed that Song turned himself in to police with his attorney this morning. He is scheduled to be appear before a magistrate judge on Friday afternoon.

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