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Death investigation launched into Dededo woman's death

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Police Department is conducting a death investigation into a Dededo woman's death.  On May 6 police responded to a criminal mischief complaint and found 56-year-old Maria San Agustin Frazier unconscious and disoriented.  According to court documents, Anthony Acfalle San Agustin was arrested by police accused of pushing the woman to the ground knocking her unconscious. 

San Agustin was arrested and charged with family violence and aggravated assault and then was indicted last week. He is being held behind bars awaiting further court hearings.

According to court documents, San Agustin was advised of his rights and admitted to police that he had pushed the victim causing her to fall to the ground.  KUAM News has confirmed that Frazier passed away and an autopsy reveals that she died from a fractured skull and contusions and lacerations to the brain. 

Medical examiner Dr. Aurelio Espinola says he believes foul play was involved in Frazier's death and says he believes she was kicked as he says the injury is not consistent with being pushed to the ground.   Police are now investigating the matter. 

San Agustin is the brother of Department of Corrections director Jose San Agustin.

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