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Won Pat meets with GPD about 'Outgaters'

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Speaker Judi Won Pat met with officials from the Guam Police Department, including Acting Chief Major Rick Leon Guerrero and members of the Department of Public Works today, discussing concerns she has over "The Outgaters" at F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School. A group of kids from the school and nearby Simon Sanchez High School have been skipping classes for more than a year and hiding out in the jungle area behind FBLG, cutting the fence and throwing rocks at unsuspecting students and teachers.  

The Speaker visited the campus on Wednesday to see the area for herself.  She met with officials today to figure out how DPW can repair the fence and GPD can locate the suspects.

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