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Ex-cop Morrison jailed for violating release

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Former police officer Troy Morrison is behind bars for alleged violations of his pre-trial release conditions.  Morrison was terminated from the Guam Police Department after he was arrested for assault, terrorizing and family violence.  The former officer, who is appealing his termination from GPD, appeared in court today after he self-surrendered to marshals last Friday.

According to court officials, Morrison has failed to report regularly to probation, declined to take a mandatory drug test and violated a stay away order from a woman known to him.  The judge declined to allow the former officer to be released and scheduled an evidentiary hearing for this Friday.

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