Guam – Guam Police Spokesman Sgt. Mike Aguon Tuesday identified the woman killed in Monday’s fatal motorcycle accident as 43 year old Anna Sterling of Santa Rita.
Sgt. Aguon said family members identifed the woman Monday night. The Navy, in a release Tuesday, said Sterling was a Sailor attached to the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station [NCTS].
[Anna Sterling – photo from Facebook]
Sgt. Aguon said Sterling had been riding a 2008 Harley Davidson “Night Rod” traveling south on Route 2 in Agat by the 76 gas station. He said Timoti was operating a 2003 Toyota Matrix traveling north in the “southbound lane,” when the crash occurred about 5pm.
GFD Spokesman Lt. Ed Artero reports that the woman was pinned beneath the vehicle and had to be “extracted.” She was rushed to Naval Hospital and CPR was performed on her en-route. Navy Spokesman Lt. Knight William Knight Hospital says the woman was pronounced dead shortly after arrival at Naval Hospital.
Monday evening, Guam Police arrested 43 year old Endy Timoti of Agat on the following charges:
* Driving Other than Right hand side of Roadway; DUI; DUI with BAC grater than .08% ; No Drivers License and Vehicular Homicide.
He has been booked and confined.