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Judiciary discusses clerk accused of theft

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Judiciary of Guam is now speaking out about the investigation surrounding a clerk employee who allegedly stole money from a customer. A news release states that the incident first came to the attention of the Marshals Division in April 2010 when the complainant inquired about the procedure for paying a traffic fine.

The release states that the incident did involve a true traffic citation and that it was isolated. The Marshals Division conducted its internal investigation reviewing surveillance tapes of the transaction. The court confirms that it was only yesterday the Guam Police Department responded and retrieved the $400 cash evidence.

The court also confirms that the employee separated from the Judiciary and that they are implementing new procedures to prevent this incident from happening again.

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