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Warden places on administrative leave

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - A top DepCor official is placed on administrative leave the same week DepCor launches an investigation as to why a prisoner was allowed to climb the flagpole.

As we reported earlier this week, a prisoner was caught on camera at the top of the flagpole as a corrections officer looked from below.

The image prompted an internal affairs investigation.

Today, KUAM has confirmed with DepCor spokesperson Jeff Limo that warden Frank Crisotomo was placed on admin leave on Thursday.

This is not the first for the warden. Earlier this year, he was placed on admin leave accused of accepting bribes for favors after it was discovered an inmate was improperly placed in the halfway house. Following the IA, he was cleared of any wrong doing.
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