Guam – Alvin San Nicholas was sentenced to life without parole Wednesday afternoon on fifteen counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct, one count of second degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of child abuse as a misdemeanor, all to run concurrently.
San Nicholas repeatedly raped a young girl between 2009 and 2010 and on at least one occasion, forced her to smoke methamphetamine out of a bong while her mother was off-island for military deployment.
“We certainly appreciate the care and the concern that the court and the jury gave to this case, as well as all the time and effort everyone put into the investigation and trial. Most of all, we appreciate the courage of that young girl, who stood up to the defendant and brought him to justice,” said Assistant Attorney General Brian Gallagher.
“We are obviously very pleased with the sentence imposed by the judge; the defendant took advantage of the victim while her mother was away serving our country and our island; we are truly glad to see this matter put to rest,” said Attorney General Rapadas.