Yesterday, the Guam Police Department responded to a call in the village of Toto.
Where they learned that a man allegedly suffered at the hands of 31 year old Jordan Michael Babauta.
Allegedly, the victim told officers that Babauta, who he knew prior to the altercation, allegedly assaulted him and stole his car.
According to court documents, the victims said that he was originally sleeping in his car on January 24th or the 25th after hanging out a friends house.
The report adds that the victim was woken up because he was punched at least 10 times in the face and head, while Babauta shouted obscenities saying, “Give me your chain.”
The victim stated that Babauta was wearing a black shirt and gold-colored brass knuckles on his left hand.
Court documents also say that the victim gave Babauta the necklace. Babauta saw the man’s brother and the victim was able to leave the car.
Upon police observation, the victim had a bruised eye, a swollen forehead, and a cut on his lip.
Documents also say that there was another man with Babauta who held a pistol.
Jordan Michael Babauta was charged with armed carjacking as a first-degree felony, second-degree robbery as a second-degree felony–both with a special allegation of possession and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony; theft of a motor vehicle as a second-degree felony, and aggravated assault as a third-degree felony.