Man arrested in connection to stabbing - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Man arrested in connection to stabbing

Posted: Updated:
 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - A 28-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a stabbing that occurred in Dededo at around 3 o'clock Monday morning.

Rambo Ezra is accused of stabbing a 24-year-old woman multiple times in both arms and in her mid-back area. He refused to allow her to leave a Dededo home. It wasn't until Ezra fell asleep that the victim was able to leave and go to her family in Jonestown where she reported the incident to police. The woman was responsive and alert when she was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital to receive medical treatment. Ezra was arrested for Family Violence, Aggravated Assault, Terrorizing and Use of a Deadly Weapon in the Commission of a Felony. He was booked and confined.
  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Guam Bar Association meets about new ethics prosecutor

    Guam Bar Association meets about new ethics prosecutor

    The Guam Bar Association called an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the appointment of a new ethics prosecutor. This after former ethics Prosecutor Bruce Bradley was terminated and escorted off court grounds last week. No reason for his termination was officially released. In the past week, allegations of sexual misconduct against Bradley surfaces, along with results of a survey published by the Guam Bar that called Bradley "vindictive" and "overzealous". The...More >>
    The Guam Bar Association called an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the appointment of a new ethics prosecutor. This after former ethics Prosecutor Bruce Bradley was terminated and escorted off court grounds last week. No reason for his termination was officially released. In the past week, allegations of sexual misconduct against Bradley surfaces, along with results of a survey published byMore >>
  • Governor's Office taking the lead with carnival

    Governor's Office taking the lead with carnival

    The Liberation Carnival will go on, set for two weeks in July. But it's not the Mayors who are calling the shots, after gambling wasn't given the green light. Angel Sablan executive Director of the Mayor's Council says the Governor's Office is taking the More >>
    The Liberation Carnival will go on, set for two weeks in July. But it's not the Mayors who are calling the shots, after gambling wasn't given the green light. Angel Sablan executive Director of the Mayor's Council says the Governor's Office is taking the More >>
  • Senators looking at full session agenda

    Senators looking at full session agenda

    Senators are scheduled to meet in session Monday. There are five bills on the relatively light agenda. Bill 159 would raise the mandatory school age from 16 to 18. Bill 160 changes the computation of instructional time from days to hours, specifically it More >>
    Senators are scheduled to meet in session Monday. There are five bills on the relatively light agenda. Bill 159 would raise the mandatory school age from 16 to 18. Bill 160 changes the computation of instructional time from days to hours, specifically it More >>
Powered by Frankly