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Karen Guerrero's trial begins in December

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Trial has been set for December 15 for former Guam Police Department Records and ID Section employee Karen Guerrero. In 2009 she was indicted by a Superior Court grand jury charged with four counts of theft of property held in trust as a 2nd degree felony with special allegations of crimes against the community, 2 counts each of theft of property held in trust as a 3rd degree felony and a misdemeanor, 8 counts of tampering with public records and 8 counts of official misconduct.

According to the indictment, the alleged crimes occurred between October 2007 and continued through May 2008.  A pre-trial conference will be held on December 1.

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