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Marshal magistrated for harassment

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Guam - Superior Court Deputy Marshal Michelle Therese Ungacta was magistrated in her place of employment this afternoon. She faces charges of simple stalking as a third degree felony and harassment as a misdemeanor. 

According to court documents, a woman reported to police on December 5 that Ungacta was allegedly stalking her following her on the road, to her work and home and calling her. The victim claimed she was in fear for her safety because of Ungacta's pattern of behavior that the woman believed was designed to intimidate her.  

Police have said Ungacta was stalking her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend. She was released today on a $5,000 unsecured bond. 

The Judiciary has launched its own investigation into the complaint.

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