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Former Adelup spokesperson Calip arrested

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Former Governor Felix Camacho's spokesperson was arrested by police on Tuesday.  Charlene Rose Lizama Calip is charged with family violence, assault and reckless conduct as misdemeanors.  According to the magistrate's complaint, Calip got into an argument with her boyfriend while he was driving. 

While the vehicle was moving, Calip allegedly placed the car in park and grabbed the steering wheel and turned it clockwise, causing the car to crash into a ditch. Calip fled the scene and later admitted to what had happened. 

She was released on a $2,000 personal recognizance bond. She is scheduled to be arraigned on March 2 before Superior Court Judge Alberto Tolentino.

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