Police arrested a 28-year-old man who threatened a Guam Housing and City Renewal Authority worker Wednesday on the GHURA workplace, mentioned Guam Police Division spokesman Sgt. Paul Tapao .
An incident occurred when Giovanni Joe Akima needed to talk to a GHURA worker within the worker parking zone, Tapao mentioned in a information launch.
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Akima brandished a pocket knife and requested the worker to combat. He additionally brandished a handgun as he left the realm, Tapao mentioned.
He returned and officers detained him. The handgun was later decided to be a pellet gun and was confiscated, based on Tapao.
Akima was arrested on suspicion of terrorizing, terroristic conduct, reckless conduct, resisting arrest, household violence and violation of a courtroom order.
He was booked and confined and the case was despatched for prosecution.