One of the women allegedly struck a police officer on the arm.
Guam – An assault on a 76 Gas Station employee and a police officer has landed two women behind bars.
According to court documents, Ketnin Moses allegedly attacked a female 76 employee from behind, punching the victim in the face two times before pushing her to the ground and dragging her by the hair. Another 76 employee witnessed the assault stating that he separated Moses from the victim after which Moses and a second female, Arona Nuokus, attempted to flee towards the Dededo Mall area but was stopped by the 76 employee until police arrived.
Upon police arrival, court documents state that Noukus yelled obscenities towards the gas station employee. It was observed that Noukus smelled of alcohol and refused to follow the officer’s directive to sit down and calm down. Noukus instead attempted to rush past officers who then tried to place her on restraints, court documents state.
During this time, Noukus allegedy pushed off the ground with her left hand and struck the officer’s left arm with her elbow.
Moses was charged with assault, disorderly conduct and underage consumption of alcohol. Noukus was charged with assault against a police officer, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and underage consumption of alcohol.