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GPD looking into stolen Sanchez funds

by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Police Department is conducting its own investigation into non-appropriated funds that went missing recently at Simon Sanchez High School. According to Department of Education Internal Auditor Lester Kuykendall, GPD officers collected records last Friday.

While DOE initially recorded over $16,000 worth of missing funds, Kuykendall confirms today that there is a total of $65,000 of questioned costs at the high school. GPD arrested administrative assistant Jerome Tomagan, who was booked and released.

In the meantime, Superintendent Dr. Nerissa Bretania Underwood says personnel action has been taken against Tomagan, but couldn't discuss the details, saying it's a personnel matter.

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