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Paul Santos also charged with forcing himself on young woman

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - There could be more than one victim in the case against GPD officer Paul Santos.

In addition to charges he faces for allegedly raping a 31-year-old woman at the Ypao Hotel in Tumon earlier this month, court documents indicate he's also charged for forcing himself on a 24-year-old female sometime in July of this year.

As we've been reporting, the 31-year-old victim told FBI she had lost her job as a dancer at a local establishment which prompted her to place ads for her services on the internet. When interviewed by police, Santos stated he was "working on a prostitution sting" but his supervisor stated otherwise noting that Santos was not assigned to that patrol area.

Santos later admitted he had sex with the woman, which he did not pay for.

During his arraignment today, he pleaded not guilty to all the charges and waived his right to speedy trial.

His next court appearance is slated for October 22.
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