Guam - The Government of Guam has been given a temporary reprieve from coming up with $3.2 million to pay to the District Court for the amended permanent injunction. District Court Judge Consuelo Marshall issued an order temporarily relieving the government from making payments until she issues an order on the motion to modify the court ordered payment schedule. As we reported the government has asked that the court delay the schedule a third time and modify it because of the current cash crisis.
The plaintiffs have indicated that they do not object to the modification of the payment schedule.
An internal affairs investigation is underway at the prison after an inmate was accidentally released from their custody. Department of Corrections director Tony Lamorena says it happened over the weekend. He admits there was a miscommunication. Officials say the prison had received an order for inmate Ben Espinosa's release, but then got a commitment order for a separate charge. The special operations team was able to track him down without incident. Lamorena says they are looking ...More >>
He was apparently drunk when he molested two women. 26-year-old Kino Keeler allegedly digitally penetrated a woman and raped her in a Tumon condo last year. According to court documents, she woke up to Keeler on top of her.More >>