VIDEO: Woman With Ties to Guam Arrested for Murder in California


Guam – A woman with ties to Guam has been arrested for murder in California.

According to the Mercury News and other Bay area media, 28 year old Charmaine Leon Guerrero Taijeron was having an affair with another man and she and her lover staged a break-in to her home with the aim of intimidating her estranged husband into moving out.

During the course of the staged break-in,  the would-be burglar, identified as 54 year old Robert Earl Lindsey died. He was was the uncle of Taijeron’s lover, according to the report.

“Now, the wife, her lover and two accomplices are behind bars on suspicion of murder,” reports the Mercury News.

Taijeron graduated from Guam’s Notre Dame High School in 2002.

READ the account of the crime in the Mercury News HERE 

VIEW a report of the crime on KTUV-TV HERE 

The case echoes of a similar crime 2 years ago in Las Vegas where police charged Guam native Michelle Paet with planning the murder of her husband 28 year old Nathan Paet, an Air Force Staff  Sargent, also from Guam.


the would-be burglar, identified as Robert Earl Lindsey, holding what the husband


believed was a gun, though it turned out to be a toy.

The two men struggled, the husband told police, and both men dropped their weapons. But the husband grabbed a knife and, as the two continued to struggle, he stabbed Lindsey in the back, police said.

The husband wasn’t arrested and won’t face charges, Raman said.

Pittsburg police say Lindsey, 54, who died at the scene, was a transient with an “extensive” criminal history of multiple burglaries.