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Man held on bail, accused of beating woman

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - 35-year-old Emikson Rianong is being held on $10,000 cash bail after allegedly beating and stabbing a woman known to him. A verbal argument quickly got physical and Rianong is accused of punching the woman repeatedly in her face then when she fell to the floor, he allegedly kicked her in the head several times telling her he was going to kill her. 

He left the room and returned with a nylon belt and whipped the woman repeatedly and then came back with a screwdriver and a knife and stabbed her in the leg. Police noted multiple injuries to the woman's body.  Officers had to subdue him as he resisted arrest. 

Rianong faces charges of aggravated assault, family violence, terrorizing, resisting arrest and possession and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.

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