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Beating victim moved to Naval Hospital ICU

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HARMON beating victim Cameron Masnayon, 18, has been transferred to Naval Hospital’s intensive care unit where he will continue to be monitored, according to a nursing supervisor at the Guam Memorial Hospital.

Masnayon was rushed to GMH early Sunday morning after police officers found him lying on the ground in front of the Vons Chicken restaurant in Harmon unconscious and bleeding profusely from his face.

The GMH nursing supervisor said Masnayon is a military dependent and his parents requested to have him transferred to Naval Hospital.

The 18-year-old victim remains in critical condition, the nursing supervisor said.

Three men have been arrested and charged with his brutal beating. They are Michael Rosal, 21, Daniel Alan Rosal, 20, and William Crisostomo San Nicolas, 22.

The Rosals allegedly kicked Masnayon and hit his head with a baseball several times while San Nicolas was believed to have held Masnayon’s friend, Christian Lastimoza, at knifepoint. All three suspects are being held on $100,000 cash bail each.

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