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GPD: shooting appears to be domestic dispute

by Nick Delgado

Guam - As the Guam Police Department continues its investigation into last week's triple fatal shooting in Harmon, the Filipino Community of Guam will be holding a meeting Tuesday evening to discuss ways to help the family, specifically one of the victim's, Isabelita Pamintuan.

Filipino Community of Guam president Leahbeth Naholowaa said, "We got a call the day the incident happened, the Philippine Consulate contacted us saying that Mrs. Pamintuan doesn't have any family on Guam, and since the consulate is concerned about our fellow Kababayan, I spoke to the members and we are going to gather whatever resources we have."

The FCOG will be meeting Tuesday evening to discuss what help they can offer in terms of assisting with sending her body back to the Philippines, funeral expenses and helping Pamintuan's minor son, who attends school here in Guam. The Guam Police Department in the meantime has not released any further information about the shootings other than saying it appears to be domestic in nature.

Aside from Pamintuan, fatally shot were Marites Mamaligsa, who is Paminutan's niece and also lives in the apartment complex where the shooting occurred and Parks & Rec park ranger Nick Caudell. Although relatives allege Caudell was stalking Pamintuan, his daughter claims otherwise.

Speaking to KUAM News from her home in Florida, Nya Caudell says although her parents' marriage didn't last he was a good father and that her dad spoke of his new relationship in Guam. "He told me how much he cared for Isabelita and I don't think he would do anything like that because I have an email about how he has a growing relationship and that he thinks it's very good and so I wouldn't think that he would imagine harming her," she said.

 

 

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