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Charfauros placed on admin leave with pay

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Guam Police Department Captain Mark Charfauros has been placed on administrative leave for 20 days, along with Captain Paul Suba and Officers Troy Anciano and Burt Carbullido.  Charfauros was released from jail yesterday on a $2,000 personal recognizance bond.  He was arrested on Saturday night and is charged with solicitation to commit assault and official misconduct, both as misdemeanors. 

Charfauros allegedly solicited Officer Carbullido to go with him and "deck a guy" in Yona who was upset about Charfauros trespassing on his property.  Suba is the subject of several harassment complaints related to a Whistleblower complaint he filed with the Civil Service Commission in which he named several officers who he believes are involved in unbecoming conduct. 

Anciano meanwhile is accused of pushing Charfauros' attorney, Curtis Van De Veld, over the weekend while at the Southern Precinct. The police department says they are conducting Internal Affairs investigations.

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