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Another incident of stabbing as woman attacks boyfriend

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The rash of stabbing incidents continues, this time in the village of Yona. A woman is accused of stabbing her boyfriend in his sleep early this morning.

A Yona woman was arrested early Thursday morning for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in the back.

According to Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer AJ Balajadia, officers reported to Pulantat, Yona around 1 this morning.

Balajadia states the 61-year-old male victim went to a nearby home for help. The owner of the home was a police officer.

"Officers responded another police officer's residence in Yona. The officer reported to the responding officers that a male individual came to his residence in the middle of the night suffering from a stab wound to the back," Balajadia told KUAM News.

The victim claimed his girlfriend stabbed him in the back with a butcher knife while he was sleeping. Although she tried to take the man to the hospital, she was too intoxicated to drive out of the victim's yard. "We received information that she attempted to drive him to the hospital however she was intoxicated. She ended up crashing the vehicle through some bushes within their yard, going through the jungle and lodging their vehicle on a rock and wasn't able to dislodge the vehicle. The victim ran to the police officer's residence seeking help," he said.

While on the scene, police were able to identify the weapon - "A 13-inch butcher knife was located in the victim's front yard," Balajadia said.

Medics arrived to the scene where it was evident the victim had lost a significant amount of blood and was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital.

As of this afternoon, GMH nursing supervisor Cely Mangrobang confirms the man remains in critical condition in the operating room.

27-year-old Bouleen Mikiuo was arrested for attempted murder, aggravated assault, and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.

We should note, this marks the seventh stabbing victim in the last two weeks, two of which were fatal.

As we've been reporting, on April 13 GPD responded to a stabbing incident at Astumbo Gardens in Dededo. Two men were stabbed, one of which fatal. As a result, Friday Suda was arrested and charged with aggravated murder for the death of Joanes Bokun.

On April 19, a stabbing was reported in Santa Ana, Agat. John Eric Ignacio is accused of stabbing a female family member eight times in the back, with one puncturing her lung.

Also on April 19, police reported to a store in Yigo where Pedrus Dakanno is charged for stabbing his brother.

On April 22nd, Department of Corrections inmate Frank Pangelinan is accused of stabbing fellow inmate Eugene Lane twice in the back with a nail like instrument.

On April 23rd, an incident was reported at Villa Marcus Apartments in Toto where Amor Balbin is accused of stabbing her common law husband, Stanfield Albert, in the chest. The single hit was fatal. Balbin was arrested and charged with one count of murder as a first degree felony.
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