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Cop admits to having sex in club

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Testimony provided during former Blue House Lounge owner Song Cha's trial on Friday has prompted an Internal Affairs investigation.  Police Officer David Q. Manila was called by the prosecution and admitted that he had gone to the Upper Tumon club and paid $40 for two drinks.  Manila then said he went into a VIP room with a female worker thinking they were going to sing karaoke. 

When asked by the prosecution, Manila admitted that he had sex. 

The police officer has not been disciplined by the Guam Police Department because he testified that the force was unaware of his conduct.  GPD Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia confirms the department has been made aware of Manila's testimony during the trial and an investigation has been launched into the police officer's conduct.

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