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Charfauros calls bogus complaints "shameful"

by Nick Delgado

Guam - In the face of yet two additional complaints filed against him, Police Captain Mark Charfauros stands his ground, responding "bring it on".  "Listen, you're a police officer - if you feel honestly that there's a violation, then act on it. If it's nothing but bogus complaints simply because you're not happy, then shame on you," he told KUAM News.

"We have better things to do.  We need to serve the people of this island, put your personal differences aside and let's move forward for the people of this island."

KUAM News has confirmed that complaints for harassment and official misconduct were filed by Officer Kevin Guerrero, who worked under former Criminal Investigation Division Captain Kim Santos. Both were transferred out of CID when Acting Chief Ric Leon Guerrero took over. Santos filed a complaint against Charfauros, claiming harassment.

According to GPD Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia, details involving all three complaints could not be released due to ongoing investigations.

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