Guam – Yesterday afternoon the Guam Police Department was on high alert after a man called 9-1-1 threatening to harm people, that man has since been arrested.
With only a phone number as a lead, authorities were able to track down the alleged active shooter suspect who reportedly called 9-1-1 threatening to “shoot up people” and hung up.
A search warrant was obtained for the phone number the call was made from, leading detectives to the Dededo home of 56-year old John Anthony Campos Ogo.
According to GPD Spokesperson Sgt. Paul Tapao, during questioning Ogo admitted to placing the call to 9-1-1.
Although the threat made was non specific, it did result in preparations being made at the Guam Museum and Guam Legislature for a possible lock down, as well as increased police presence at the Chamorro Village Night Market.
Ogo was arrested for terroristic conduct, reckless conduct, terrorizing, false alarm, crimes against the community and obstructing government operations.
He was booked and confined.