VIDEO: Woman Remains in Critical After Being Bound, Gagged and Beaten During Saturday Morning Robbery of Nimitz Hill Home


Guam – Guam Police report that a woman was bound, gagged and beaten during an early morning robbery of a home on Nimitz Hill in Piti on Saturday.

Acting Guam Police Spokesman Officer Paul Tapao reports in an emailed release to the media that the Southern Precinct Command got the call shortly after about 1:30am  Saturday.

Two men, roommates, returned to their home at 161 Ocean View Dr. about that time. And they discovered that the sliding door to the garage was open, the interior lights were on and numerous personal items were scattered about the entrance to the garage.  

When the men went inside, Officer Tapao reports that “they discovered their other roommate lying on the living room floor, with both her hands bounded and her mouth taped shut.” 

She had sustained head and facial injuries and she was “unconscious” and “semi- responsive.”  

The woman was rushed to Naval Hospital where Spokeswoman Jennifer Zingalie told PNC News Saturday that the 27 year old woman was in serious condition.  She was later transferred to GMH where, Sunday morning, Nursing Supervisor Maria Mafnas said the woman is in critical condition. 

2 personal laptops were taken from the residence.

The Guam Police Department is asking for the public’s help. If you have any information about this case, please:

* call the GPD at 475-8615/7. 

* or call Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP.

* or text at 688-STOP. 

Information can also be sent the Crime Stoppers web page at,

Guam Crime Stoppers does NOT use caller ID and you DO NOT have to leave your name.