by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Alvin San Nicolas was convicted in the superior court for a second time. After several weeks of trial, the jury deliberated on the 15 counts of criminal sexual conduct.
Jurors acquitted San Nicolas on 5 of the counts but found him guilty on 7 other counts including lesser included offenses of 1st and 3rd degree criminal sexual conduct. San Nicolas was convicted of sexually assaulting a female minor repeatedly while her mother was deployed and forcing her to smoke methamphetamine.
That original conviction was overturned by the Guam supreme court and the case had to be retried.
Sentencing is set for February 11.