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Alleged election fraud arrest still under investigation

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - It's been more than one month since two people were arrested in connection to a report made by the Guam Election Commission regarding allegations of possible election fraud. Police Chief Fred Bordallo says while there hasn't been any significant development in the case, the matter remains under investigation.

"So far the investigation is continuing right now and like any specialized investigation that's being conducted, it's complex and the investigators are being of course want to do a meticulous job and just make sure everything is fair in terms of their information they received so they can determine the course of action they want to do our department has always been, in terms of investigators, always working that if they have any questions they will consult with the Attorney General's Office so these investigators know that," he said.

It was before Christmas last year when Dededo Precinct official Catherine Peredo and husband John Peredo were arrested on multiple charges including making false statements under oath. Catherine Peredo's arrest stems from a notarized election complaint, which she later would recant.
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