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Tank Beach Robbery
Thursday, 21 January 2016 17:05

Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help for a robbery that occurred at Tank Beach. On Wednesday January 20, 2016 at 3:38 P.M., Police responded to a reported robbery incident at Tank Beach in Kagman III. Upon their arrival they met with the victim, a Chinese female, age 62, with minor injuries on her left hand and left knee.

The victim and her family arrived at Tank beach at about 2:30 pm for sightseeing. As the victim was walking back to their car rental, she noticed a White sedan (suspect vehicle) parked next to their car rental. The suspect described as a male individual with no shirt on, dark skinned, about 5’2” to 5’4” tall, with dark shoulder length hair, exited the right rear passenger of the suspect car. The suspect grabbed the victim's purse and a struggle ensued. The victim fell to the ground and the suspect dragged the victim still clinging to her purse, on the ground causing the injuries to her left knee and her left hand.

The suspect escaped back into the vehicle and drove off in the White Sedan operated by an unknown driver. The victim remembers the last three (3) digit numbers on the license plate to be either 631 or 731. The items stolen includes the victim's purse containing Chinese Currency about 150 Yuan, $400.00 US dollars cash, a Red HTC cellular phone, and a Hotel Room key. The victim was treated by responding medics from DFEMS and refused transport.

DPS and Crime Stoppers need your help. Please contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272 should you want to remain anonymous or use our website at Crime stoppers pays up to $1,000.00 for any information leading to an arrest. It pays to call.

Stabbing incident
Monday, 18 January 2016 17:52

On Sunday, January 17, 2016 at about 11:57 am, Police responded to a reported disturbance call in San Antonio at the Islander mini mart just east of Pacific Islands Club. The victim a Filipina, age 52, received injuries to right hand.

Police learned that the victim was assaulted by a female suspect age 38 with a knife while in the store. The victim a cashier was confronted by the suspect and a physical confrontation occurred with the victim be injured by the knife. The suspect fled the scene prior to Police arrival. Video surveillance and eye witnesses interviewed identified the female Suspect as Cherylynn Worswick, local female age 38.

The victim was transported by DFEMS to the CHCC Emergency Room for treatment. The victim received fifteen stitches to her right hand and released.

On Sunday, January 17, 2016 the honorable Judge Teresa Kim-Tenorio signed an arrest warrant for Cherlynn M. Worswick for the charges of Disturbing the Peace, Assault and Battery, and Assault with a Dangerous weapon. Bail was set at $10,000.00.

On early Monday morning, January 18, 2016, at 12:05 am, Police located Cherlynn at the Koblerville Youth Center and arrested her at 12:20 am for the charges listed on the arrest warrant. Case is still under investigation to confirm motive.

Auto Pedestrian Crash With Serious Injuries
Friday, 08 January 2016 11:46

On Thursday, January 7, 2016 at 6:30 pm, Police responded to an auto pedestrian accident located on Beach Road, Susupe, in front of the former Chow Queen Restaurant.

DPS Traffic investigators learned from eyewitnesses that two (2) pedestrians were attempting to cross beach road from the former Chow Queen Restaurant, towards Kanoa Hotel approximately 50 meters north of the crosswalk. A White, 2001 Honda Civic 4door sedan, was traveling north on the inner northbound lane when and struck both pedestrians causing them to fall onto the inner south bound lane.

Pedestrian #1, stood up and moved to the center divider while pedestrian #2 was still on the ground. A Red, 2015 Toyota Rav 4 SUV, traveling south on the inner southbound lane struck pedestrian #2 while pedestrian #2 was still on the ground. The Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DFEMS) responded to the scene. DFEMS ambulance transported pedestrian #2 to the CHCC Emergency Room for further treatment. Pedestrian #2 was seriously injured and admitted to the CHCC Intensive Care Unit. This case is under investigation.

Vehicle #1: Red, 2015 Toyota Rav 4 with damage to the right front area. Vehicle #1 Operator: 18 year old local male, no injuries.

Vehicle #2: White 2001, Honda Civic 4 door sedan, with damage to the front left side. Vehicle #2 Operator: 47 year old Filipino female. No injuries.

Pedestrian #1: Chinese male, 22 years old, minor injuries. Transported to CHCC Emergency Room. Injuries: Treated and released.

Pedestrian #2: Chinese male, 18 years old. Serious injuries. Transported to CHCC-ER for further treatment and admitted to the Intensive Care Unit.

Last Updated on Friday, 08 January 2016 11:52
Triple Car Crash With Serious Injuries
Friday, 08 January 2016 11:44

On Thursday, January 7, 2016 at 1208 pm, Police responded to a triple auto collision by the Sugar King Park. The accident occurred on Chalan Pale Arnold, Garapan in between Sugar King Park and Old Japanese Jail. At the time of this crash, the weather condition was cloudy, the road surface was wet and in daylight.

DPS Traffic Investigators learned through witnesses that Vehicle #2 (White 1990 Toyota pickup truck) was traveling southbound on the inner lane, approaching the intersection of Kopa Di Oru Street when Vehicle#3 (Blue, 2005 Toyota Matrix, 5 door wagon) entered the southbound outer lane from an nearby Hanmi Hardware store and made an unsafe switch of lane into the inner lane, colliding with Vehicle#2. Vehicle#3 which was lower than Vehicle#2 which went under Vehicle#2, lifting the car up and pushing it to the opposite side of the lane, causing it to overturn and collide with Vehicle#1 (Blue, 2010 Honda Civic, 4 door sedan) which was traveling northbound on the inner lane.

A male occupant of Vehicle#2, who was seated on the bed, was ejected onto the northbound shoulder after it collided with Vehicle#3. All occupants of Vehicle#2 were rushed to CHCC-Emergency Room by ambulance. Responding DFEMS utilized the Jaws of life to extract two (2) trapped occupants of Vehicle#2. Occupants of vehicle#1 and 3 refused medical treatment.

Three (3) occupants of Vehicle#2 who were transported to CHCC-Emergency Room. Two (2) two men were treated and released while one (1) male was rushed to the Operating Room for an emergency operation and admitted to CHCC-ICU.

Initial investigation finds the operator of Vehicle#3, caused the crash as he violated 9CMC-5304(a) Driving on Highways Laned for Traffic which states: When any highway has been divided into three or more clearly marked lanes for traffic, the following rules, in addition to all others consistent with them, shall apply: (a) A vehicle shall be operated as nearly as practical entirely within a single lane and may not be moved from the lane until the operator has first ascertained that the movement can be made with safely.

Vehicle#1 Operator: local female, 47yrs.old, Injuries: None.

Vehicle #1, 2010 Blue, Honda Civic, 4 door sedan. Damages: Dent/Scratch damages to left front and rear doors. Damaged left side view mirror.

Vehicle#2 Operator: Filipino male, 48yrs.old, Injuries: (Treated and Released), Vehicle #2: White, 1990 Toyota Hilux, pickup truck. Damages: Contact dent/scratch damages to right front door and bed area. And extensive damages all over the truck from the overturn.

Vehicle#2 Passenger: Filipino male, 53yrs.old, Injuries: (Treated and Released)

Vehicle#2 Passenger: Filipino male, 53yrs.old, Injuries: Serious (Undergone surgery, admitted to Intensive Care Unit.

Vehicle#3 Operator: Chinese male, 53yrs.old, Injuries: None. Vehicle: Blue, 2005 Toyota Matrix, 5 door wagon. Damages: Moderate damages to left front bumper cover, fender, hood, headlamp and wheel.

Last Updated on Friday, 08 January 2016 11:54
Disturbing the Peace and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon
Monday, 28 December 2015 16:37

On Friday, December 25, 2015 at about, 9:00 pm, DPS Police responded to a reported domestic disturbance located on Sirena Avenue, Dandan at the residence of Jack Babauta Camacho, age 44.

The Camacho's wife (victim), reported that Jack Camacho (suspect) was armed with a .410 caliber shotgun and threatened to kill his wife and or anyone who attempted to enter his home. The Department of Publics Safety's Patrol units, along with the Special Enforcement Action Section (SEAS), and Commonwealth Bureau of Investigation Detectives responded to the scene. Police learned from the victim that she and her husband (Jack Camacho) got into an argument earlier which escalated to Jack Camacho causing a disturbance at home by shouting, throwing chairs, tables, arming himself with his .410 shotgun and threatened that if anyone came to his house he would shoot her and the Police.

Police set up a perimeter outside the residence and made numerous attempts to communicate with Jack Camacho to no avail. At about 12: 18 am, Saturday morning, December 26, 2015, SEAS entered the residence and apprehended Jack Camacho without incident.

On Saturday, December 26th, 2015 the honorable Judge Teresa Kim-Tenorio imposed a bail amount of $15,000.00 on Jack Camacho for the charges of Disturbing the Peace and Assault with a Dangerous weapon.

Sobriety/DUI Checkpoints for Saipan
Tuesday, 08 December 2015 00:00

The Department of Public Safety, Commonwealth State Police, Traffic Section will be conducting Sobriety Checkpoint on the dates and times.

Sobriety Checkpoint(s):

Dec first set up will be on Chalan Monsignor Martinez, As Lito, in front of JTV Building on theeast bound lane. This operation will commence at approximately 2000 hrs. (8PM) and will terminate at approximately 2115 hrs. (9:15PM).

The second set up will be on Chalan Pale Arnold, Gualo Rai in front of Spring Plaza, on the south bound lane. This operation will commence at approximately 2230 hrs. (10:30PM) and will terminate at approximately 2345 hrs. (11:45PM).

December 18, 2015:

The first set up will be on Chalan Monsignor Guerrero, Chalan Kiya, in front of the CUC Waterloo, on the west bound lane. This operation will commence at approximately 2000 hrs. (8PM) and will terminate at approximately 2115 hrs. (9:15PM).

The second set up will be on Beach Road, Susupe, by Ada Gym, on the north bound lane. This operation will commence at approximately 2200 hrs. (10PM) and will terminate at approximately 2345 hrs. (11:45PM).

Each DUI Sobriety Checkpoint will last at least 75 minutes (1 hour and 15 minutes). This activity is part of the Department of Public Safety, Commonwealth State Police's effort to Deter, Detect, Drowsy and Distracted Driving and Apprehend impaired drivers, and to ensure that all passengers are wearing proper restraining devices, seatbelts or car seats.

In addition, police will be conducting Laser Speed Enforcement along various highways. 

For more information, please contact Sgt. Anthony Macaranas at (670) 483-5818.           

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 December 2015 21:07

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