A-Last Simiron has been sentenced to an additional five years in prison on top of the 15 years to life sentence he received last June for the February 2017 murder of Gilbert Alvarez Jr.
Simiron must now serve a minimum of 20 years before he becomes eligible for parole.
Simiron appeared before Superior Court Judge Maria Cenzon Friday to correct errors in his initial sentencing on the lesser charges of aggravated assault and misdemeanor assault.
Alvarez had agreed to give Simiron and his co-defendant, Mallo Mangof Sally, a ride in his pickup back in February 2017.
Alvarez was later found dead on the ground on President’s Lane near the University of Guam in Mangilao.