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James Santos reinstated as lieutenant

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Saying GPD's Criminal and Internal Affairs Divisions had conflicting and questionable information, Police Chief Fred Bordallo reversed the actions of his predecessor when he demoted then-Lieutenant James Santos to a Sergeant last September. Previous management demoted Santos after an investigation was launched looking into whether he was getting paid by GPD during times he was working at his other job.

In reviewing the case, Chief Bordallo said the demotion was unjustified. He adds as part of the settlement to reinstate Santos back to his lieutenant position he would not get back pay for the months he was demoted.

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