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Former GWA employee indicted

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A former Guam Waterworks Authority employee was indicted by a Superior court grand jury on theft charges. 32-year-old Nadine Pilar Sablan Castro was charged with theft of property held in trust as a 2nd degree felony, official misconduct, and tampering with public records as a 3rd degree felony.

Court documents state Castro allegedly pocketed cash payments made by GWA customers between May and September of last year. Documents state Castro allegedly made false entries or false altercations of GWA records.

She additionally faces a special allegation charge of crimes against the community.

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