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Woman arrested for pocketing GWA payments

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - 32-year-old Nadine Pilar Sablan Castro was arrested today accused of pocketing cash payments made by customers of the Guam Waterworks Authority.  Police are investigating complaints from customers who were still receiving late notices.

Police believe that some individuals also paid their power bills with cash at GWA.  Castro was charged with theft of property, theft of property held in trust, official misconduct, hindering of public records and crimes against the community.  The cashier resigned yesterday. 

Anyone who believes they may have been a victim in this case should contact GWA's Customer Service hotline at 647-7800 or the Guam Power Authority at 648-3000.

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