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Elderly man is first arrest after new DUI policy

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The new DUI policy must have had an impact on the minds of residents this weekend, as only one man was arrested for driving under the influence. 69-year-old Salvino Maanao Losongco of Santa Rita was arrested after Hagatna Precinct officers responded to a traffic crash in the Ordot area Sunday afternoon.

He was charged with DUI and making an unsafe lane change. Losongco's arrest marks the first arrest since the implementation of the mandatory book-&-confine DUI policy went into effect at midnight on August 22.

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