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Police officer seeks delegate's help in probe

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A police officer has made a request for a federal investigation into alleged corruption at the Guam Police Department.  Sergeant James Santos submitted a letter to Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo, expressing concerns about alleged unlawful activities by upper management and members of the Government Corruption Task Force. 

Santos listed off a series of events that led to his demotion in September. He was demoted in September for allegedly having outside employment and claiming GovGuam work hours while he was at other locations. In the complaint, Santos lists off almost a dozen individuals including Acting Chief Ric Leon Guerrero and Deputy Chief Frank Ishizaki as he believes there is evidence to support a civil rights lawsuit and criminal violations against the police department.

Santos also referred to the GPD raid of the KUAM Studios and the involvement of various individuals in investigating the alleged leak in the department.

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