November 15, 2019, Tamuning, Guam- After over a month-long trial, jurors found Jayson Francisco Song guilty of Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance and Delivery of a Schedule II Controlled Substance with a lesser included offense attached. He was found not guilty of the remaining charges related to allegations that he sexually assaulted a minor and forced her to smoke methamphetamine.
“We are very proud of the strength and courage that the victim showed,” said Prosecuting Attorney Leonardo M. Rapadas. “While we are disappointed with the results, we are more disappointed for the victim who had to endure almost three days of facing the defendant at trial.”
The defendant is currently detained at the Department of Corrections. He will be sentenced on January 31, 2020, before Judge Perez.