by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Apparently an investigation into the escape of accused murderer Keith Garrido is taking a bit longer than expected. Department of Corrections director Jose San Agustin had anticipated issuing notices of proposed adverse action today but as of five o'clock, they hadn't been issued.
Garrido managed to escape by getting out of handcuffs and opening the unlocked door of a transport van. He fled on foot for nearly two hours and broke into a home and beat and robbed a woman before he was apprehended.
Although the officers who allegedly tasered inmates were placed on 20 days administrative leave during the investigation, the officers working when the escape occurred were not and instead moved to another division.