Three people are now in custody in connection to the violent crime spree that Guam police confirmed to be gang related.

Mesemwan Repwak, 31, is arrested in connection to 12 active cases against him.

He was captured midday Friday in Sinajana.

Repwak is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, multiple counts of aggravated assault, reckless conduct, use of a deadly weapon, terrorizing, child abuse, family violence, theft of a motor vehicle, eluding a police officer, resisting arrest, possession of a controlled substance, possession of an unregistered firearm and possessing a firearm without ID.

He also had an active warrant out for his arrest.

Among the latest alleged incidents was a shooting on May 3 in Maite that resulted in a 14-year-old girl suffering injury from a gunshot wound.

Two additional arrests

He along with two others was taken into custody a couple of hours after police said they allegedly tried to attack a driver along Route 4 in Sinajana, while armed with a machete and a shotgun Friday morning.

June Monu, 19, is arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault, use of a deadly weapon, terrorizing, and reckless conduct.

Ammy Janie Jain, 42, is arrested on suspicion of multiple counts of hindering apprehension and obstruction government functions.

The three are expected to appear before a magistrate judge in the Superior Court of Guam.

Investigators warn the community to remain vigilant.

On Friday, police Chief Stephen Ignacio confirmed with KUAM the gang goes by the name 'Esekupach', adding their color is green.

Police are searching for more unidentified suspects believed to be involved in the violent gang related activity.