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Multiple charges for man accused of Piti assault

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - A 20-year-old man faces multiple criminal charges after not only assaulting a man in his Piti home and tying him up, but stealing his car. Police eventually found Rafael Fejerang Martinez outside a home in Yona. However when officers tried to approach him he jumped into the stolen vehicle and sped off nearly hitting the cops.  He eventually ran off the roadway along Route 4 by Bordallo's curve and jumped out of the car and ran into the jungle. Police eventually caught him. Martinez faces a litany of charges including assault, family violence, robbery, kidnapping, felonious restraint, theft of a motor vehicle and assault on a police officer. Martinez in the meantime was linked to several other criminal cases such as a robbery and theft of property case.

He was booked and confined. As for the victim who was assaulted in his Piti home he was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital for medical treatmen

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