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Jennifer Reyes transferred from GFD to GPD

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Jennifer Reyes may be getting paid from the Department of Parks & Recreation, but she's been detailed to the Guam Police Department.  KUAM News has confirmed that Reyes, the former administrative services officer at the Guam Fire Department, was laterally transferred to DPR but has been working at GPD. 

Reyes was arrested last June and charged with tampering with public records, theft by deception and official misconduct.  Reyes allegedly used a fire department official purchase order to buy more than $400 worth of parts for her personal truck.  KUAM News has also learned her case was dropped because prosecutors realized the statute of limitations to charge her had expired. 

According to a memorandum issued by governor's deputy chief of staff Shawn Gumataotao, Reyes has been detailed to work at GPD until the end of the year to audit procurement practices there.

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