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Ken Corp. gives new police cruiser to GPD

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Police Department has a new addition to its fleet, as a brand new 2010 Dodge Charger police cruiser has been outfitted for the island's boys in blue. The addition comes at a time when many of the agency's cruisers are breaking down or are inoperable.

Ken Corporation President Shigeru Sato says the company was glad to give back to the island community, saying, "We are a good partner with the police department. We are always working together and enjoy our partnership with you."

Ken Corp is working with cars plus on outfitting a second police Charger that will be given to the department in the next few weeks.

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