by Nick Delgado
Guam - The investigation surrounding two officers at the Department of Corrections including the warden has wrapped-up. DepCor director Jose San Agustin says after reviewing the report with the Attorney General's Office, the warden and the two officers have been given until September 18 to respond before he makes a final decision on what type of adverse action may be taken.
"I would like to say that with the amount of time that I've been here I would like to say if they violated the law shame on them, but would like to say I kind of doubt it because I see these folks everyday and I see the good things that they do," he said.
In July our cameras caught the uniformed officer working on a backhoe at the warden's residence. A complaint was filed with the department contending the officers were on government time, however, San Agustin says they were not paid that day.
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