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Paperwork filed for Suba's return to GPD

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The paperwork has been processed and it's just a matter of days before former police chief Paul Suba returns to the force as a police captain.  Acting Police Chief Frank Ishizaki signed two GG1s - one to cancel Suba's position as the top brass and another placing Suba back into a captain's slot as he requested.

Suba announced his retirement back in May at the threat of being terminated by then-acting governor Mike Cruz.  Instead he took administrative and annual leave for more than a month as he waited to get back into the Guam Police Department.  Cruz said that the public lacked confidence in the leadership at GPD following the execution of a search warrant at the KUAM Studios at that time. 

Acting Chief Ishizaki will meet with the Acting Police Commander Rick Leon Guerrero at a later time to determine where Suba will be assigned.

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