Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency officer 49-year-old Eddie Leon Guerrero Nangauta was arrested on charges of terrorizing and family violence after allegedly sending threatening text messages and photos to a woman known to him. 

Court documents state the woman began receiving the messages from Nangauta after he learned she was speaking to another man. Nangauta allegedly showed up and parked in front of her residence revving his engine and yelling, "If you don't come out, l will come in." The victim fearing for her daughter's safety instructed her to lock herself in the bathroom. The victim then told him to leave or she'll call the police. He allegedly responded: "if you call the cops, I'll kill you and your family."

Nangauta was arraigned  before Magistrate Judge Benjamin Sison Friday afternoon. He was released on a $5,000 personal recognizance bond,  ordered to have no contact with the victim, and check in with probation on Monday.

Nangauta's preliminary hearing is set for May 30 before Magistrate Judge Jonathan Quan.