New details into the death investigation that shocked this southern village community after KUAM confirmed the man found dead in the middle of Chalan Mata Street is 48-year-old Joshua Joseph Chargualaf Taitague.

He is the son of former Inalahan Mayor Franklin Taitague Sr.  

In the moments after his body was found, a gruesome video captured at the scene made its rounds on social media.

While the Guam Police Department has yet to confirm if they suspect foul play, sources told KUAM police took a suspect into custody Monday morning.

Law enforcement executed a quiet manhunt for 53-year-old David Quichocho Uncangco Jr. 

A wanted person flier circulated only among law enforcement.

The flier stated Uncangco was wanted in connection to the death investigation, an armed robbery and a car theft. 

No charges were filed against Uncangco as of newstime. 

KUAM also obtained this photo of what we are told is the victim’s stolen car that police found ditched in Dededo. 

The car appeared to have a bullet hole in the driver side’s windshield. 

As we reported, a witness reported hearing gunshots before the body was discovered.

No word on a possible motive.

Authorities have also yet to confirm if the death investigation has shifted to a murder investigation.

Meantime, KUAM records show Uncangco is no stranger to violent crime.

Most recently, in April he was arrested for stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth in jewelry and gold while on probation for a 2013 federal case, where he admitted to stealing a bank money bag and robbing a Yigo store at gunpoint.

He was also arrested last year for shooting a relative in the arm on New Year’s Eve.