Resident says he was harassed by mayor
Guam - Agana Heights resident Anselmo Anthony Untalan has filed a complaint with the Agana Precinct, alleging Agana Heights mayor Paul McDonald harassed him after he underwent dialysis Saturday. Untalan alleges he was leaving the Dialysis Center when he claims he was approached by McDonald.
He told KUAM News, "I was walking out of dialysis and McDonald was screaming at me. We're both sick and all those things. He kept on keep on calling me names and said why I'm calling him names for the campaign. I never talk about his campaign or what."
Untalan admits he and his family are supporters of Agana Heights Democrat mayoral candidate Jesus Delgado, who is set to go head-to-head with McDonald in November. McDonald suspects the complaint may have been politically-motivated. "People have their right to complain," he said. "I don't know how they're taking it, but you know, again, it was nothing that I thought would harm anybody. It was just a, what you call it, a normal conversation I thought."
McDonald adds he never mentioned anything derogatory or stated anything to harass Untalan.