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Adelup: Ishizaki appointed deputy police chief

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Guam Homeland Security Advisor Frank Ishizaki may not be the chief of police anymore, but he's still wearing two hats in the government - this time taking on the role as deputy police chief for a second time.  KUAM News has confirmed that Governor Felix Camacho signed a memorandum on September 21 - the day before Ishizaki's acting appointment as the top brass of the Guam Police Department expired. 

The memo states Ishizaki will be the second in command at the police department.  This is the second time, Ishizaki returns to that post; he was tapped by the governor to lead an investigation into former police chief Paul Suba's highspeed car chase. 

Ishizaki declined to go through the legislative confirmation process for a second time to be chief.

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