Bricks Bernardo arrested after eluding police through Dededo - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Bricks Bernardo arrested after eluding police through Dededo

Posted: Updated:

He led police on a chase up north and is now under arrest. Bricks Bernardo is charged with eluding police and vehicle without and ID.

Court documents state, an officer noticed the suspect's car underneath a tree. That's when authorities ran the plates and noticed the license plates did not match up.

The chase went from Bello Road in Macheche and ended at Prestige Auto on Route 1 where he was taken into custody.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Man, 49, accused of forcing sex onto expectant mother

    Man, 49, accused of forcing sex onto expectant mother

    A 49-year-old man is under arrested after he allegedly forced a pregnant woman known to him to have sex. Nickson Walter is charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct and family violence. Court documents state, police responded to a family violence complaint in Dededo earlier this week. At one point, the suspect allegedly slapped the victim, who is six months pregnant, in the face causing her to fall. The next evening, documents state, the suspect demanded the victim have sex ...

    More >>

    A 49-year-old man is under arrested after he allegedly forced a pregnant woman known to him to have sex. Nickson Walter is charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct and family violence. Court documents state, police responded to a family violence complaint in Dededo earlier this week. At one point, the suspect allegedly slapped the victim, who is six months pregnant, in the face causing her to fall. The next evening, documents state, the suspect demanded the victim have sex ...

    More >>
  • New GPA gear will help avoid power outages

    New GPA gear will help avoid power outages

    The Guam Power Authority showed off some new equipment Friday. New boom mowers and wood chippers will be used in a new, more proactive vegetation management program. GPA is trying to stay ahead of the island's stubbornly persistent tree and shrub growth. Assistant General Manager for Operations Melinda Mafnas told KUAM News, "A majority of our outages are cause by trees touching the lines, and vines growing on our power poles so, if we mitigate that we can avoid a lot of the out...More >>
    The Guam Power Authority showed off some new equipment Friday. New boom mowers and wood chippers will be used in a new, more proactive vegetation management program. GPA is trying to stay ahead of the island's stubbornly persistent tree and shrub growth. Assistant General Manager for Operations Melinda Mafnas told KUAM News, "A majority of our outages are cause by trees touching the lines, and vines growing on our power poles so, if we mitigate that we can avoid a lot of the out...More >>
  • Guam can now shop at Target online

    Guam can now shop at Target online

    A rather interesting request coming out of the Attorney General's office has finally been granted. AG Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson announcing that Guam residents can now shop online at Target. 

    More >>

    A rather interesting request coming out of the Attorney General's office has finally been granted. AG Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson announcing that Guam residents can now shop online at Target. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly