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Cops hit the streets to cleanup Route 8

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Members of the Guam Police Department spent the morning giving back to the community by cleaning up trash. Officers walked from Route 8 from the police headquarters in Tiyan towards Marine Corps Drive. The group collected about a truckload of trash throughout the route.

GPD's operations bureau chief Major Fred Chargualaf told KUAM News, "In spite of all the challenges that we are having and issues that we are facing in the department right now, when we do things like this all it does is it gives a sense of camaraderie among the staff and the personnel in the police department."

GPD also encourages the community to do their part in keeping the island clean.

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