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Chief parole officer returns to DepCor

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - More concerns are being raised about Department of Corrections parole chief Mike Quinata. A couple of years ago he was assigned to pull guard duty at the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse after a DepCor employee claimed that he sexually harassed her.

DepCor acting director Lieutenant Antone Aguon says Governor Felix Camacho directed him to bring Quinata back to the agency this past Monday. He says there should not be any problems, as Quinata is only conducting internal duties as a staff assistant for the director's office.

"I did talk to the parole officers already and I did sit down and tell that and they understood where I'm coming from and they haven't had any complaints, in fact I was just with them earlier and they do know that if there's anything to bring it up to me and we'll address it," said Aguon. He added that Quinata will not be returning to his chief parole position, but that idea may be visited at a later time.

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