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Two court employees arrested

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two Superior Court of Guam employees have been arrested for allegedly using fraudulent license plates.  Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia says police received information that a court employee was operating a vehicle with fraudulent plates.  

The vehicle was found parked by the law library and was found to have fraudulent plates.  Balajadia says officers determined that the vehicle was bearing fraudulent plates and the owner of the vehicle had been previously cited and the original vehicle plates were confiscated.

Police say the owner was informed not to operate the vehicle without properly registering it with proof of insurance. Vince Cody Taimanglo Guerrero, 24, was arrested for fraudulent use of a license plate and conspiracy.  Guerrero is an administrative services assistant at the
Superior Court.  He informed police that he got the plates from another court employee.  

Brian Joseph Taitano Aflague, 25, was arrested for conspiracy and guilt established by complicity.  Aflague is a bailiff with the Superior Court.

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