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Chief apologizes for "embarrassing mistake"

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Chief of Police Fred Bordallo says he "Plans on getting to the bottom of this very embarrassing mistake that has caused unnecessary grief". The chief is referring to GPD issuing a press release stating a bloody substance found at GW High School was a fetus in its first trimester of life and Criminal Investigation Division detectives were looking for the mother because they're concerned about her well being.

Chief medical examiner Dr. Aurelio Espinola says he's not sure where GPD got its info, because when he looked at the substance he knew right off the bat that it was a rat. Bordallo says as chief he takes full responsibility for the mistake and will be reaching out to GW parents and student to apologize for their error.

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