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Guam - In Superior Court Wednesday afternoon, 43 year old Endy Timoti was formally charged with murder in the death of Anna Sterling.
Sterling was on her motorcycle Monday afternoon and died after a collision with a car being driven by Timoti.
Timoti has been a resident of Guam for 6 years.
A Chuukese translator was on hand to explain to him the charges he is facing.
According to the Magistrate's complaint Timoti had a blood-alcohol content of more than 3-times the legal limit. He has 2 prior DUI convictions. And he had been in court Monday morning on a third DUI charge, less than 8 hours before the fatal crash.
Assistant Attorney General James Collins recommend a one-million dollar cash bail saying "based on the defendants complete disregard for Guam laws and pervasive danger to the community" such a bail would be justified.Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site
Magistrates Judge Alberto Tolentino ordered the Public Defender's office to represent Timoti. And a preliminary hearing was set for August 3rd.
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