Drunk Driver’s Fingerprints Link to Stabbing Incident in January

Guam Police Department (PNC file photo)

A drunk driver’s fingerprints link him to a stabbing incident that occurred in January.

According to an official magistrates report, on September 4th, Officers responded to a traffic accident near Harmon McDonald’s.

Officers noted that Billy had bloodshot, watery eyes, could not maintain his balance, soiled clothing, and a strong odor of alcohol.

According to court documents, Billy refused a field sobriety check, saying “I’m not that drunk.”

It also took 2 officers to restrain and subdue him, as Billy resisted arrest.

It was later revealed, through Billy’s fingerprints, that he was wanted for an open Aggravated Assault complaint.

The incident in question occurred around January 18th.

According to the Magistrates Report, Billy was in the victim’s home, without the victim’s knowledge.

The victim told officers that he was searching his home to make sure that Billy did not steal anything, as he had stolen from them in the past.

While searching, court documents say that Billy had struck the victim with an unknown object multiple times.

The victim reportedly had 2 stab wounds, with both wounds being 1 inch in length.

When interviewed about the incident, court documents say that Billy said, “Nah, I don’t remember about that. Stop asking me questions and let me go back to sleep.”

Kipnes Bill is charged with the following:

Aggravated Assault as a 3rd-degree felony

Driving while impaired and Resisting Arrest as misdemeanors.

Reporting for the Pacific News Center
I’m Don Sulat.