A RESENTENCING was scheduled for a man (Anthony M Quenga) accused of assaulting a woman within Guam’s United States Naval Base.
Anthony M. Quenga was charged in January 2010 for allegedly assaulting Jacqueline G. Ojeda, on or about October 8, 2009 in a location within the territorial jurisdiction of the U.S., according to District Court of Guam documents.
After pleading guilty, Anthony Quenga was sentenced in August 2010 to 30 days of imprisonment under the U.S. Bureau of Prisons. The judgment was amended by Magistrate Judge Joaquin V.E. Manibusan Jr. to reflect “30 days of intermittent confinement on the weekends upon designation by the Bureau of Prison,” court documents state.
A stipulation was entered in court April 5 to amend the amended judgment, citing the inclusion of a provision, “whereby the Court imposes a term of one year probation and then, as a special term of probation, orders the intermittent confinement as noted in the original order.” Weekend confinement would be a condition of probation limited to only the first year of supervised release.
Because of the stipulation, a resentencing is set today at 9 a.m., before Judge Manibusan.
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