A USS Frank Cable sailor is in Guam police custody pending a preliminary hearing on accusations that he sexually assaulted a woman Saturday morning, Navy officials confirmed Monday.

Petty Officer 3rd Class Doyle Lamont Perry was arraigned Saturday on charges including criminal sexual conduct and assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct, according to Lt. Donnell Evans, Commander Naval Forces Marianas spokesman.

Bail was set at $100,000, Evans said, but Doyle remained in police custody Monday and is due in court for a June 7 preliminary hearing.

The sailor is accused of raping and beating the woman on a beach in Adelup, according to a Pacific Daily News story published Monday.

The woman was in stable condition Monday, according to Guam Memorial Hospital nursing supervisor Jo Eustaquio. Eustaquio wouldn’t release details on the woman’s injuries, but the Pacific Daily News story stated the woman was treated for internal injuries and broken bones.

Evans said the Navy is assisting Guam police with the case.

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