by Krystal Paco
Guam - Vincent Chargualaf Perez was found guilty of five counts of second degree criminal sexual conduct involving a minor as a 1st degree felony. He was also found guilty of terrorizing as a 3rd degree felony that involved an adult victim in a separate but related incident.
It was in April the 14-year-old victim found the courage to come forward to tell her aunt that Perez was repeatedly sexually abusing her. And that he would tell her "don't tell".
Assistant Attorney General Teri Tenorio prosecuted the case alongside Assistant AG Elizabeth Vasiliades.
Perez is scheduled to be sentenced on December 13. He faces up to 100 years in prison.