HAGATNA, Guam—U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the Guam International Airport identified and arrested a man wanted by local law enforcement authorities. The man was attempting to depart Guam on Sept. 6.
CBP officers positively identified Joshua Tenorio, 27, as a wanted fugitive by the Superior Court of Guam.
Tenorio was the subject of two active arrest warrants. One warrant listed charges of family offense, family violence, assault and harassment. The second warrant contained charges of simple assault, unlawful restraint, family violence and obstructing government operations.
Tenorio was arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection and turned over to the Guam Airport Police for further processing. (CBP)