3 Arrested for Nimitz Hill Home Invasion and Beating

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Guam – Guam Police and Naval investigators arrested 3 people Friday night in connection with last Saturday’s invasion of a home on Nimitz Hill during which a 27 year old woman was bound, gagged and badly beaten.

According to a release from acting GPD PIO Sargent Liz Flickinger, 2 search warrants were executed between 9pm and 9:30pm.

GPD’s Criminal Investigations Division along with GPD SWAT and Naval Criminal Investigative Services [NCIS] executed the warrants, one in Dededo, the other in Yigo.

The three arrested are:

#1:  Raymond Torres Tedtaotao / Male / Age: 44 of Dededo

Charged with:  Robbery, Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Use of a Deadly Weapon in the commission of a felony, Possession of a Firearm without a Firearm Identification, Felonious Restraint  

#2:  Anthony Paul Mendiola / Male / Age:  38 of Yigo

Charged with:  Robbery, Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Use of a Deadly Weapon in the commission of a felony, Possession of a Firearm without a Firearm Identification, Felonious Restraint  



#3:  16 year old Male Minor

Charged with:  Robbery, Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Use of a Deadly Weapon in the commission of a felony, Felonious Restraint

Both adults are booked and confined at the Hagatna Detention Facility and the 16 year old minor is confined at DYA.

The incident occurred early Saturday April 20th at 161 Ocean View Drive.

Two men, roommates, returned to the home about 1:30am. They discovered that the sliding door to the garage was open, the interior lights were on and numerous personal items were scattered about the entrance to the garage.

Inside they found their roommate on the floor, bound, gagged and beaten. GPD Officer Paul Tapao said she was “unconscious” and “semi- responsive.”

NCIS became involved because the woman is married to an active duty service member. Her husband was on duty at the time of the incident. The two other roommates who discovered the injured woman are also active duty military.

2 personal laptops were taken from the residence, said Offcier Tapao. 

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