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Sinajana death may be forwarded to AG's Office

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - No arrests have been made for the death of 56-year-old Sinajana resident John Chargualaf.

As we previously reported, a dispute between Chargualaf and his neighbor Ryan Taitano turned deadly when Chargualaf threw rocks at Taitano and Taitano in return pushed Chargualaf.

According to GPD spokesperson Officer AJ Balajadia, the investigation is ongoing but may require assistance from the Attorney General's Office.

"We may even forward the case to the Attorney General's Office for their information and disposition on this particular case now understand that Dr. Espinola from what has been explained to me has classified it as an accidental death," he said.

Medical examiner Dr. Aurelio Espinola says Chargualaf's autopsy shows he passed of a skull fracture with a brain contusion.

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