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Cop pleads guilty to disorderly conduct, DUI

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Guam Police Department Officer Dan Crisostomo pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and driving under the influence of alcohol. The police officer, assigned to the SWAT unit, told Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Barrett Anderson that on January 2 he went to the McDonald's drive-thru window and fell asleep while his engine was still running.

The judge asked if he fell asleep as a result of consuming alcohol and he stated he was fatigued. Upon paying a $100 fine, Crisostomo's case will be closed.

This isn't the first time Crisostomo has been involved in a DUI - several years ago he collided with an ambulance while under the influence of alcohol.

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