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Cruz: if Suba hadn't quit, he'd have been fired

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - After a closed-door meeting between Paul Suba and Acting Governor Mike Cruz, the announcement was made just before 5pm Monday that Suba will be leaving the force.  The acting governor also said that if Suba had not turned in his resignation, he would have fired him.

He also said Governor Felix Camacho was made aware of the decision. Taking over as acting chief is Acting Police Commander Rick Leon Guerrero.

Suba meanwhile issued a statement on his retirement, saying he's "starting a new chapter in life - a retired police officer".

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