The Guam Police Department issued a release, saying a 27-year-old man wanted in relation to a stalking case has been charged, after turning himself in on Monday.
As previously reported, on June 24, a stalking complaint was entertained by officers assigned to the Central Precinct Command.
During the course of the incident, Justin John Portusach, was identified as a person of interest who was also responsible for crashing into a marked patrol cruiser within the parking lot of the Central Precinct Command, and another vehicle traveling on Route 4 Chalan Kanton Tasi, Sinajana. Police say he fled from the scene.
GPD say efforts were made in locating Portusach and a wanted flyer was issued for public view, in attempts in locating the man.
On Monday July 6, Justin John Portusach self-surrendered to police accompanied by his attorney.
Portusach was later arrested by GPD’s Domestic Assault Response Team for the following offenses:
-Assault on a Peace Officer
-Use of a Deadly Weapon in Commission of a Felony -Reckless Driving with Injuries
-Leaving the Scene with Injuries/Property Damage -No Driver’s License
He has been booked and confined at the Department of Corrections. Police say the case has been forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General for prosecution.