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Suba still driving official GPD vehicle

by Nick Delgado

Guam - While he may no longer be the chief of police, Paul Suba is still driving an official Guam Police Department vehicle. Although Acting Governor Mike Cruz announced Suba retired effective last Monday at 5pm that same day, the paperwork is still being processed. 

In the interim, Suba is utilizing 20 days of administrative leave. The former chief says he has an agreement with Acting Chief Ric Leon Guerrero that allows him to use the government truck while he processes out of the department for retirement. 

"There are people that have always found that they, too, may want to use one or two of the vehicles in the department, and so we try our best to accommodate everyone," Suba declared. "It was one of my goals to have the subsidized vehicle program where everyone had a vehicle that they could use for police work and then even off-duty it was their car."

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