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GPD's Charfauros: law not broken

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - While the Guam Police Department forwarded two criminal complaints filed against officers by officers to the Attorney General's Office, Captain Mark Charfauros, who oversees GPD's Records & ID Section, maintains the law has not been broken.  Concerns had been raised that a firearms identification card had been issued to a police reservist without the proper documentation in violation of department rules and Guam law.

Charfauros said, "Every firearms ID that has been issued and every firearms registration has been in full compliance of the law, has been reviewed and any question that has ever been raised in the past without any specific incident has been reviewed by proper authorities and has been issued in compliance with existing law."

Meanwhile, Charfauros confirms he was the one who filed a criminal complaint against several individuals at the Hagatna Precinct for the improper handling of a criminal complaint.  "If you're asking me has a complaint been filed concerning misconduct in the inappropriate or failure to follow established law that has been done," he said.

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