Police arrested on Sunday a man who allegedly blocked a roadway in San Antonio leading to the house of his former common-law wife and threatened her with an air rifle.
Roman Torres Cabrera, 46, was taken to Superior Court for a bail hearing on Tuesday afternoon on charges of assault, stalking in the second degree, and disturbing the peace.
Associate Judge David A. Wiseman imposed a $5,000 cash bail and set the preliminary hearing on Jan. 28.
Detective Rudolph Sablan stated in his report that a police officers searched Cabrera's house and confiscated an air gun, air gun pellets of .177 caliber, and two metal knuckles.
Sablan said when a police officer responded to the scene, the victim appeared very scared as her hands were shaking.
The officer also removed a log that was blocking the road leading to the victim's house.
According to the victim, Cabrera put the log to block the roadway and threatened he would beat up anyone who removes the log.
The victim told police that she also heard gunshots around her house.
The victim moved back to Saipan from Guam on Sept. 15, 2012 to stay away from Cabrera who allegedly beat her up.
She claimed that Guam police arrested Cabrera for choking her.
The victim said since Cabrera came back to Saipan on Jan.5, 2013, he would walk by her house armed with a rifle day and night shouting profanity words at her.
The victim said that, on Sunday morning, she and her two sons were sleeping in the house when she heard loud gunshots.
A few minutes later, she saw Cabrera walking by her house and putting a log on the road.
The victim then called the police.