Two men who allegedly attacked their roommate on February 26, leaving him in the hospital, were found and arrested, as announced through a Guam Police Department release.
Thirty-two-year-old Jimmy Moses was located on March 21 and charged with two charges of aggravated assault with a special allegation of the use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.
Twenty-six-year-old Bryan Matheus was located the next day and was charged with aggravated assault, family violence and strangulation.
The victim alleged that earlier that night he was drinking with both of them and suddenly they started attacking him. The victim said he did not know why they were doing so.
According to the magistrate’s complaint, both men initially hit him with their fists.
Later, Moses allegedly held a knife against the victim’s neck and while he was trying to run away, Matheus hit him in the back of his head with a rebar rod .
The victim was able to break free from the attackers and ran to the nearest location to seek help.
According to the GPD’s release, the victim had injuries in his left rib cage area, neck and in the back of his head, causing him to end up in the hospital.
Both defendants are confined in the Department of Corrections.