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Man arrested for allegedly threatening to kill woman

John Paul Gumataotao John Paul Gumataotao

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - John P. Gumataotao was arrested after allegedly threatening to kill a woman known to him.  According to court documents, Gumataotao allegedly made the threats to another woman, telling her he bought a rifle and intended to dress up in his wedding clothes and meet up with the victim and kill her. 

Worried that he might carry out the plot, the woman reported it to police who confirmed that Gumataotao had made similar threats to the victim on numerous occasions over the years as well as to some of her family members. 

He was arrested and charged with terrorizing as a 3rd degree felony. 

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