24-year-old Pinoy murder suspect in Guam faces court

GUAM — A Filipino man faced a bail of half a million dollars in court on Tuesday, after being arrested in the shooting deaths of two young men.

Reports say that on Sunday evening, 24-year-old Joseph Nicholas Sagdal got into an argument in Guam’s Harmon Village with four men, one of whom hit him in the face with a slingshot.

The four men reportedly got away in a car, but Sagdal drove after them, pulled up alongside them, and began shooting with a handgun.

One of the victims was an 18-year-old, while the other has not yet been identified.

Sagdal is scheduled to appear in court again next Friday, December 29th.

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