“I don’t give a [expletive], I’ll shoot you in front of your kids, and I’ll cut you up.”
Guam – Last Thursday, November 5, a man’s life was threatened over the phone because he could not return a PlayStation 3, prompting interference from the Guam Police Department, according to court documents.
GPD Officer J.R. San Nicolas met with the victim identified as Anthony M. Concepcion, who said that he received a phone call at around 3:40 p.m. from the defendant, Michael Ulloa.
Concepcion told Police that Ulloa became angry when Concepcion said he could not return a PlayStation 3. According to the Magistrate’s Report, their conversation escalated into verbal threats as Ulloa asked Concepcion if he wanted to fight and the victim agreed.
Police allege that Ulloa told the victim, “I don’t give a [expletive], I’ll shoot you in front of your kids, and I’ll cut you up.”
GPD Agat Precinct Command, GPD POT M.A. Pangilinan interviewed Ulloa, who admitted to have said things out of anger.
Assistant Attorney General Thomas Neuman claims there is probably cause to charge Ulloa with harassment as a petty demeanor.