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Wanted Person
Thursday, 12 January 2017 10:36

Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help for a wanted person. On Monday, January 2, 2017, the Honorable Judge Joseph N. Camacho signed an arrest warrant for Jeffrey T. Deleon Guerrero Aka "Feng", for the charges of Trafficking of illegal controlled substance. Bail is set at $100,000.00. Law Enforcement Officers are searching for Jefferey T. Deleon Guerrero. He is still at large. If spotted, do not approach, call 911 or Crime Stoppers should you wish to remain anonymous.


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Jefferey T. Deleon Guerrero

AGE: 42

Chamorro Male,

Height: 5'9" tall

Weight: 240 lbs.

Black short Hair,Brown Eyes.



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.

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 January 2017 10:45
Kidnapping "911" Prank Caller Incident
Thursday, 29 December 2016 11:56

On Thursday, December 28, 2016, at about 6:15 pm DPS Central received a call from a possible Kidnapping victim on the 911 emergency line. The female caller's voice was panicking over the phone, crying, claiming she and another local girl were assaulted and being kidnapped by two Asian males operating a Blue Yaris.

The victim's cell phone went dead and DPS Dispatch attempted to call the caller back for details. After several attempts the victim answered the phone and claimed her and the other kidnapped female where on a dirt road in Kannat Tabla village. The phone went dead again. Police Officers were dispatched to the area.

The victim was sobbing on the phone and sounded in fear of her life. DPS activated all available personnel to search for the victims and suspects operating the Blue Yaris. The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CBI), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Commonwealth Ports Police (CPA), Drug Enforcement Task Force assisted by providing law enforcement personnel and setting up a command post at the San Vicente Church parking lot area. Law enforcement spread out the island searching for Blue Yaris. Detectives were able to text the victim on her cell phone confirming the kidnapping incident attempting to obtain the victim's location.

Check points were set up in Capitol Hill, Kagman, Dandan and San Vicente villages, while Investigators obtained a search warrant signed by the honorable Judge Joseph N. Camacho to obtain the phone records from IT&E to help locate the phone records, subscriber/owner triangulation of the phone listed on the 911 caller ID.

Upon serving the warrant on IT&E, Police located the owner/subscriber of the phone and residence location. The phone was seized by Police early Thursday morning, December 29, 2016 at 2:18 am. Preliminary investigation reveals the phone call was a prank. Police confirmed the names given to the 911 operator and locations were fictitious. The kidnapping case was disregarded. Over Fifty (50) law enforcement personnel from local and federal agencies were activated as a result of the crank call. The investigation is ongoing.

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 December 2016 13:15
Saipan Sobriety Checkpoints
Thursday, 29 December 2016 11:54

The Department of Public Safety would like to inform the general public that the DPS Traffic Section will be conducting sobriety checkpoints in Saipan on the dates and time listed below:

Checkpoints on Saturday, December 31, 2016.

1. Beach Road, Garapan to Beach Road, Chalan Kanoa, from 6PM-8PM.

2. Chalan Pale Arnold, Garapan to Chalan Pale Arnold, Chalan Lau Lau, from 10PM-12AM.

Each checkpoint will last 75 minutes or 1 hour and 15 minutes. Checkpoints will be terminated when it rains.

Traffic and Patrol Officers will be actively conducting speed enforcement, Aggressive Driving Interdiction Program and will be conducting Highway Criminal Interdiction. For more information please call Lt. Anthony Macaranas at (670) 483-5818.

Auto Crash - 2 Fatalities
Monday, 12 December 2016 10:31

On Saturday, December 11, 2016 at 4:30 AM, DPS Central received a phone from an off duty CPA Ports Police Officer, who reported an auto crash incident by Sadog Tasi Mobil. DPS Police Units responded.

Crash Scene:

The crash occurred at the southbound lane of Chalan Pale Arnold, As Mahetog in between the intersection to Saipan Zoo and Saipan Ice and Water Company.

First responders requested DFEMS Ambulance, Rescue, Tow trucks and a DPS Traffic Investigator to the scene. A white 2010 Toyota Corolla, 4 door Sedan (Vehicle #2) was facing east direction on southbound lane with extensive damages to its left side. A White 2015 Ford Transit 15 passenger van (vehicle #1) with moderate damages to its front still attached to the white Toyota Corolla's (Vehicle #2) left side.

The white Toyota Corolla (vehicle #2) was occupied by (01) male and (03) females who were all rushed to CHCC-ER by responding DFEMS Medics along with the sole occupant of Ford 15 passenger van (vehicle #1). The male occupant of the Vehicle#2 was pronounced dead at 0515hrs by Dr. Villalon and the female operator of Vehicle#2 was later pronounced dead at CHCC-ICU at 0856hrs by Dr. Yarofalair. Evidence shows the White Toyota Corolla was traveling northbound, lost control and swerved onto oncoming traffic crossing the divider and colliding with Vehicle #1 (Van) which was traveling south in the opposite direction.

At the crash scene, Police learned that there was another white Toyota Corolla which crashed into the traffic barrier by the sharp curve of Sadog Tasi, aka as "Thousand Curve", just seconds prior to above mentioned crash. Witnessed reported the crash and described the car as a White 2010 Toyota Corolla, 4 door sedan. The vehicle made its way to Sadog Tasi Mobil gas station. Police responded interviewed witness and the occupants of the car. “The Department of Public Safety is an equal opportunity provider and employer”

All (3) three men were arrested and charged for the charges of Minor Consuming Liquor, open display, and additional traffic charges to the operator. Eyewitness stated that both vehicles were seen racing with each other and they nearly caused the eyewitness to crash. Both accident scenes were investigated by traffic investigators and photos taken.

Preliminary investigation reveals speed and alcohol are related in both crashes. The operator of the car involved in the separate crash by the "Thousand Curve", Sadog Tasi was cited for DUI as his breath test results indicated he was over the limit. He was charged with Reckless Driving, Speeding, Failure to maintain right half lane, Racing on the highway and providing false report to Police.



Vehicle #1: 2015 Ford Transit 350XL, Van, White Damages: Moderate damage to its front.

Vehicle #1 Operator: Korean male, age 41. Injuries: Transported to CHC Emergency for treatment.

Vehicle #2: 2010 Toyota Corolla, 4 door Sedan, White Damages: Extensive damages to the roof, left side front and rear door.

Vehicle #2 Operator: Chamorro Female, age 21. Injuries: (FATAL) Vehicle#2 Passenger: Chamorro female, age 20. Injuries: Transported to CHC Emergency Room for treatment. Vehicle#2 Passenger: Chamorro male, age 20. Injuries: (FATAL)

Vehicle #2 Passenger: Chamorro Female, age 21. Injuries: Transported to CHC Emergency Room for treatment



Vehicle: 2010 Toyota Corolla, 4 door sedan, white

Damages: Moderate

Vehicle Operator: Carolinian Male age, 17. Arrested for DUI and Minor Consuming Alcohol.

Injuries: None.


Vehicle Passenger: Carolinian male, age 19yrs. Arrested for Minor Consuming Alcohol. Injuries: None

Vehicle Passenger: Carolinian male, age 18 yrs. Arrested for Minor Consuming Alcohol. Injuries: None

Last Updated on Monday, 12 December 2016 10:40
Reckless Driving/High Speed Pursuit
Monday, 12 December 2016 10:30

On Friday, December 9, 2016 at about 10:15 pm, a DPS Traffic Police Officer witnessed White 2011, Toyota Yaris 4 sedan traveling at a high rate of speed on the outer northbound lane on Beach Road, Chalan Laulau near the Mayor's Office. The Officer followed the vehicle which continued at a high rate of speed. The White Toyota Yaris speed up to 60 miles an hour on beach road passing three cars on the right shoulder near the Horiguchi building failing to yield to Police sirens and emergency lights.

The suspect car continued into Garapan weaving in and out of the village and tourist hotel streets almost striking pedestrians. The car then drove north on Chalan Pale Arnold road with speeds up to 100 miles an hour passing the Bank of Hawaii, Puerto Rico north towards the Sadog Tasi sharp curve. Police pursued the suspect vehicle through the Village of Tanapag, back on to Chalan Pale Arnold road, were the car sped back south on Chalan Pale Arnold road at high rate of speed. The Yaris made several unsafe lane changes almost causing accidents and nearly striking pedestrians.

The suspect car made a left turn from Chalan Pale Arnold road onto Isa drive and continued east up As Terlaje hill. The car made a right turn south on Martinez road, and another right speeding west on Tun Joaquin Road in Fina Sisu village. The suspect car drove recklessly weaving in and out of village streets in Chalan Kanoa village to avoid pursuing Police cars. The suspect car drove back up hill; east on Tun Joaquin road and drove south to Koblerville village where it lost control, struck an embankment and overturned near the Old Airport Runway east of Hannam Market at about 10:55 pm. The pursuit lasted about 40 minutes long.

At 10:57 pm, Police arrested (2) two suspects to include Vincent San Nicolas Norita, age 31 the operator of the suspect car and the passenger Joe E. Ada, age 31. Vincent was arrested for multiple charges of reckless driving, speeding, unsafe lane change. Joe E. Ada was charged with possession of an Illegal controlled substance.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 December 2016 10:41
Sobriety Checkpoints for Rota
Tuesday, 29 November 2016 11:54

The Department of Public Safety would like to inform the general public that the Rota DPS Traffic Section will be conducting sobriety checkpoints on the dates and time listed below:

Wednesday, November 30, 2016:

1. First set up – 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m., San Francisco Highway Uyulan

2. Second set up – 9:00 p.m. to 10:15 p.m., San Francisco Highway Sinapalo 3 by the park

Friday, December 02, 2016:

1. First set up – 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. San Francisco highway Lotgan

2. Second set up – 9:00 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. San Francisco highway Sonton by Rota Hotel.

3. Third set up – 11:00 p.m. to 12:15 a.m. San Francisco highway by Piinatang Park.

Saturday, December 03, 2016:

1. First set up – 7:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m., San Francisco Highway Tatachog by the Mayor’s Office

2. Second set up 9:30 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. San Francisco highway Guata

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’s effort to Deter, Detect and Apprehend impaired drivers, and to ensure that all passengers are wearing proper restraining devices, seatbelts or car seats. In addition, Traffic and patrol Officers will be conducting Highway Criminal Interdictions, Saturation Patrols, Aggressive Driver Interdictions, and Laser (Speed Detection) Enforcement. For more information, please contact Sergeant Jarrod T. Manglona, Traffic Section at (670) 532-9433.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 12:04

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