Man arrested for holding girlfriend captive

Timothy Tedtaotao Serebour booking photo: Photo credit DOC

A man allegedly would not let his girlfriend go home on New Year’s Day, while allegedly being high on methamphetamine.

24-year-old Timothy Tedtaotao Serebour is charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance as a 3rd degree felony, unlawful restraint, and violation of a court orderbith as misdemeanors.

On New Year’s Day, the Guam Police Department responded to a disturbance in Sinajana where police spoke to Serebour and his ex-girlfriend. They were celebrating new year when she said she wanted to go home but he refused.

According to a magistrate’s report, Serebour held her by her arms while yelling at her. The victim was ale to get a protection order saying that Serebour was ordered not to threaten, abuse, harass, or disturb the peace of the victim.

The report also adds that upon police investigation, they were able to find two glass pipes which appeared to have methamphetamine residue, a scale, and a bag with residue.

Serebour told police that the piper was for meth and weed. When tested, the residue was positive for methamphetamine.

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Jannette Samson is a broadcast reporter for the Pacific News Center. Her beats are lifestyle, tourism, and crime, among others. Aside from being a reporter, she is also PNC's social media and web editor. You can sometimes hear her reporting the latest headlines for you on Sorensen Media Group's radio stations and on K57. Some of Jannette's passions include art, beauty, and blogging. She paints, creates prints, and dabbles in various art media in her free time. Jannette is also a self-taught makeup artist. In addition to that, she is a visual artist. Her artwork was featured in many art exhibitions and galleries in Guam such as Imbentibu Famalao'an I at the Castro Art Gallery; Imbentibu Famalao'an II and Body Beautiful at the Lees-Reyes Art Gallery; the 2020 University of Guam Undergraduate Exhibition; and the Annual Research Conference Art Exhibition at the Isla Center for the Arts.