Woman Arrested for Attacking Her Mother and Other Multiple Felonies


Jenry Raymond was arrested for attacking her mother and is being charged with multiple felonies.

PNC’s Don Sulat has the details of this story.

According to the magistrate’s report – Raymond is being charged with Criminal Mischief as a 3rd degree, Family Violence as a 3rd-degree felony, both with a felony on Felony Release, and family violence as a misdemeanor.

The magistrates report stated that yesterday, June 21st, at around 7:45 pm officers responded to a disturbance in the village of Dededo.

Court documents further stated that the victim reported that her daughter, Jenry Raymond had vandalized a car and attacked her.

The cause of the attack, according to the victim, was when she asked Raymond to give back a dress that she took from her, which according to the victim apparently enraged Raymond.

Court documents further stated that Raymond used a frying pan to shatter the rear windshield and cracked the front windshield of a 2008 Blue Hyundai.

A physical altercation then ensued, which prompted the victim to ask a neighbor to call police.

The magistrate report further stated that the victim’s granddaughter corroborated the victim’s version of events and that an officer observed the following injuries on the victim:

Red scratch marks above and below the victim’s left eye and on her neck.

Red scratch marks and what appeared to be blood on the right elbow.

And an oval-shaped red mark on the victim’s shoulder area, that is consistent with a bite mark.

Moreover, according to the magistrate’s report – there is an active bench warrant for Raymond’s arrest regarding another pretrial matter pending against her, under the charges of Assaulting a Peace Officer as a 3rd-degree felony and Possession of an Open Container as in a Motor Vehicle as a Misdemeanor.

Reporting for the Pacific News Center
I’m Don Sulat.

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Born and raised on the island of Saipan, Don moved to Guam in the Spring of 2016 to pursue higher education at the University of Guam. It was at UOG that Don discovered his passion for keeping his peers politically informed. Prior to joining PNC Don gained professional and life experience through a variety of odd jobs ranging from an administrative assistant to a bouncer to a luxury retail salesman. In his free time, you can find him flying his drone or doing landscape and portrait photography. Don joined the PNC News Team not only to broaden his writing skill but also to challenge himself to get in front of the camera, ultimately furthering his passion to promote an informed and politically engaged Mariånas. Don's beat is Court, Crime, and Regional and is also PNC's Lead Reporter.

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