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2 arrested in separate domestic violence cases

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(DPS) — On Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, at about 11:22 a.m., the Department of Public Safety received a 911 call reporting a disturbance in progress at an apartment unit in Garapan, Saipan. Police units responded to the scene.

At the scene, police met with a male individual who stated that he was trying to get away from his girlfriend, Queenna Fitial, as she had repeatedly punched and kicked him.

Police questioned each individual and found that the couple had argued over a missing wallet. The couple had been dropped home from a party they had attended earlier when Fitial had accused the victim of taking her wallet. Fitial repeatedly punched and kicked the victim which continued until police arrived.

Queenna Fitial

Police arrested Fitial and brought her to Kanoa Resort for clearance before she was transported to the Department of Corrections where she was booked and detained.

On Sept. 22, 2020,  Superior Court Judge Teresa Kim-Tenorio issued a Rule-5 for Fitial for the charges of assault and battery, disturbing the peace, and domestic violence with bail set at $2,000. Fitial was served while being detained at Corrections.

Separate case

On Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, at about 11:22 a.m., DPS received a 911 call reporting a disturbance in progress at a residence in Dandan, Saipan. Police units responded to the scene.

At the scene, police met with the owner of the house, who stated that his son Henry Enis was fighting with the wife moments ago. Police separated the couple and questioned both parties as to what had happened.

Police learned that Enis had punched, kicked, strangled, and pulled the victim's hair.

Henry Enis

Police arrested Enis and brought him to Kanoa Resort for clearance before he was transported to the Department of Corrections where he was booked and detained.

On Sept. 22, 2020, Judge Joseph N. Camacho issued a Rule-5 for Enis for the charges of assault and battery, disturbing the peace, domestic violence, and strangulation with bail set at $20,000. Enis was served while being detained at Corrections.

The Department of Public Safety highly encourages the public to call 911 anytime to report a crime, emergency, or disturbance. Police officers are here to keep you and your family safe.


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