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DepCor director allows warden to return

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Warden Frank Crisostomo and Captain Joseph Lujan are back to work at the Department of Corrections. The two were exonerated after they'd been featured in the inmate-produced film "Bad Boyz Gone Good". Crisostomo and Lujan have been on personal leave for several weeks after they were transferred to the Department of Youth Affairs pending the completion of a Guam Police investigation into the Inmate Pilot Program.

Former Acting Depcor Director and Spokesperson Lieutenant Antone Aguon told KUAM News, "Whatever investigation the Guam Police is doing will continue with respect to that, but in the meantime the director is moving the department forward and one way of doing that is, of course, bringing back the warden."

The pilot program has been suspended pending the completion of the GPD investigation into where the funds from the effort went.

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