Randy Chaco Nauta Jr. is in police custody and is being interviewed by detectives, in line with Guam Police Division spokesman Sgt. Paul Tapao.
Police sought Nauta in reference to Tuesday’s capturing incident on San Francisco St. in Agat. Nauta was the second of two suspects police sought following the incident, which left one man severely injured from a reported shotgun harm.
The primary suspect, Anthony Vincent Ignacio, self-surrendered to police Wednesday. Ignacio was arrested on fees of tried homicide, guilt established by complicity as a first-degree felony, aggravated assault and guilt established by complicity as a second-degree felony.
In response to a Justice of the Peace’s criticism, Ignacio was recognized as the driving force of a Suzuki Jimmy who was heard telling his passenger to, “Blast him, Par!”
Police issued a needed poster for Nauta Friday afternoon, describing him as harmful, and that he should not be approached.
Tapao did not say what time or the place Nauta was apprehended.