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Nurse charged with kidnapping, criminal sexual conduct

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - 46-year-old Jesus Olivar is being detained on $100, 000 bail after being charged with  Kidnapping and 1st Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct. KUAM News has confirmed with Department of Public Health Director James Gillan that Olivar is employed at his agency as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Olivar has been with DPHSS since April 2012 and is stationed at the Dededo Community Health Center. According to court documents Olivar was sitting at a park in Dededo on Saturday at around 5:00pm watching a group of minors. Olivar admitted to police that two of the minors got into his car and he took them to his home where he performed fellatio on one of them in his bathroom.  He told police he then dropped the boys off at a church in Dededo.
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