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Internal investigation underway at GFD

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - KUAM News first brought you the story earlier this week of a firefighter filing a theft complaint at the Agat Precinct officer, alleging former GFD chief Dave Peredo and GFD administrative services officer Marilyn Aflague inappropriately used E-911 funds.

GFD didn't comment when we ran the story on Tuesday, today however spokesperson Captain Andy Arceo confirms an internal investigation is underway as a result of the GPD complaint. "I can't comment on the investigation itself, it may be a case of miscommunication or what have you but we do have our internal affairs working on it right now," he said.

KUAM News spoke with former chief Peredo, who denied any allegations of misusing the E-911 funds. When Acting Chief Ray Perez took the helm in March he removed Aflague's certifying authority, during a recent information briefing at the Legislature it was revealed she was replaced by a secretary.

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