Guam – 18 year old Cameron Masnayon has now been transferred from Guam’s Naval Hospital off island for further treatment.
Masnayon is suffering from head trauma after he was beaten in a Harmon parking lot early last Sunday morning.
Navy Spokeswoman Coleen San Nicolas-Perez told PNC today that Masnayon was transferred off island last night [Thursday].
She could not say where, but yesterday a GMH Nursing Supervisor Shirley Pineda told PNC that he was destined to be transferred to Hawaii’s Tripler Medical center.
GMH’s Pineda said that Masnayon had shown improvement after undergoing a second surgery earlier this week. The Navy’s Nicolas-Perez said Masnayon was in “fair” condtion at Naval Hospital yesterday.
3 men have been charged in Masnayon’s beating and they are being held on $100K bail each.
According to the magistrate’s complaint, shortly before 4 am Sunday Guam police found Mesnayon lying in the parking lot of a commercial building off “Hamburger Highway in Harmon. He was lying on the ground in the parking lot between Von’s Chicken and a laundromat. He was bleeding profusely from his face.
The magistrates report states that Micheal Rosal Jr. “admitted that he had struck the victim more than 3 times in the head with a baseball bat” and that he had also struck the victim “in the right rib cage with a broken rake handle.”
The magistrate’s report also states that defendant Daniel Rosal admitted that he had kicked Mesnayon continuously while William San Nicolas Jr., according to the complaint, held off Masnayon’s friend Christian Lastimoza, with a knife.
What the report does not reveal is the motive.
1. Daniel Alan Rosal
m/chamorro/dob: 01/19/1992; Dededo
charges: aggravated assault; conspiracy; guilt est. by complicity; rioting title 9 gca; jurisdiction over an adult
Booked and confined.
2. Michael Gregory Rosal Jr
m/chamorro/dob: 11/26/1990; Dededo
charges: aggravated assault; use of deadly weapon in commission of a felony; rioting; conspiracy; guilt est. by complicity; jurisdiction over adult; criminal mischief. Booked and confined.
3. William Crisostomo San Nicolas Jr.
charges: rioting; assault; conspiracy to commit assault; guilt est. by complicity;
Booked and confined.