Guam – Police tracked down a man who allegedly drew a gun on a woman following a altercation on the road, but when officers located the individual they found more than just an illegal firearm.
According to court documents, Sean Anthony Aquiningoc got into an altercation with a female motorist, exited his vehicle and pointed a semi-automatic hand gun at her while on Route 16 by the Micronesian Mall. The victim contacted police and provided a description of the vehicle which helped police locate Aquiningoc in the parking lot of Pieology less than 30 minutes later.
Police say that a search of the vehicle not only revealed the gun but also 12 full metal jacket bullets, a marijuana cigarette, 24 resealable baggies and four other individuals, three of which were minors.
Court documents state that the Aquiningoc allegedly admitted to obtaining the gun from an unidentified Chuukese male in exchange for methamphetamine. The gun was identified as a 9 millimeter Sig Sauer which had been reported stolen from a vehicle in 2011.
According to court documents, Aquiningoc is not allowed to possess a firearm as he was convicted in 2008 of Criminal sexual Conduct.
In this recent case he has been charged with possession of a schedule two controlled substance, possession with the intent to deliver, possession of a firearm without a firearms id, possession of an unregistered gun, theft by receiving, assault and reckless conduct.
He was booked and confined.