Former Guam resident killed stepfather with crowbar in Washington
by Krystal Paco
Guam - More information has been released on a Guam man who is being charged in Bremerton Washington for first degree murder. 29-year-old Jason Anthony Salas is accused of bludgeoning his step father Gilbert Sayama Sablan to death. According to the Kitsap Sun, court documents state he used a crowbar to attack Sablan in front of five children at the home they shared. Salas then dropped the children to a relative who called Kitsap County authorities. When police arrived they found blood splattered on the walls furniture and ceiling and Sablan lying face down in a puddle of blood. Salas was booked and confined at the Kitsap County Jail on one count of murder first degree domestic violence.