by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Rudy Gumataotao Palomo was sentenced to 46 months behind bars for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Upon completion of his prison term, Palomo will be placed on supervised release for three years. In July of last year, Palomo was found in possession of a rifle when he pointed it at a relative. Because he has prior felony convictions, Palomo is prohibited from carrying a firearm or ammunition.
U.S. Attorney Alicia Limitaco says those felons who possess guns or ammunition will face aggressive prosecution and will receive long prison sentences.
The Guam Police Department’s official government website and others have been hacked. Guam Homeland Security officials confirm Saturday afternoon that they received a 911 call about GPD’s site along with other government websites being defacedMore >>
The hospital board approved an array of fee increases during Thursday night's board meeting. The GMH board of trustees has since reviewed the list of new fees and the updated professional fees which went up for a public hearing last month. The 98 new feeMore >>