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Man found guilty of CSC, terrorizing

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Felix George was found guilty on all 26 counts of criminal sexual conduct and terrorizing charges in the Superior Court today. George was arrested for sexually assaulting and molesting a young girl for over a two-year period. A new release from the Attorney General's Office states Guam Police Department officers with the Juvenile Investigation Section and the Healing Hearts Rape Crisis Center played a crucial role in the investigation.

Assistant Attorney General Michael Tabarrok led the prosecution team during the twelve-day trial. AG Leonardo Rapadas states, "The People of Guam can be assured that the Attorney General's Office will continue this team effort with the Guam Police Department and other agencies to continue to make Guam safe from sexual predators."

George is facing a maximum sentence of life with the chance of parole. A sentencing date is scheduled for April 18.

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