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Roy Aguigui to plead guilty

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - After retiring from the government in the midst of criminal charges, former assistant fire chief Roy Aguigui is scheduled to change his plea to guilty.  Aguigui and his common-law wife, Rose Castro, are scheduled to appear back in court next month to submit their guilty pleas.  

The two are charged with tampering with records as Aguigui is accused of falsifying timesheets at the Guam Fire Department to make it appear as if Castro was working at GFD so that she could obtain public assistance.  Castro never worked at the fire department. 

Firefighter Edward J. Cruz was also arrested and charged in connection with the case for signing off on Castro's bogus timesheets.

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