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Not guilty plea for Mark Charfauros

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Former GPD colonel Mark Charfauros pleaded not guilty during his arraignment this morning. He is facing charges of Obstructing Governmental Functions and Official Misconduct, both as misdemeanors.

This stems from an incident in Agat last Christmas Eve where Charfauros was caught on police body cam footage yelling at junior officers responding to a report of fireworks. The incident resulted in Charfauros being demoted then terminated from the force.

He recently won his demotion appeal, and is set to go back before the CSC to begin his termination appeal hearing this Thursday.

Trial for his misdemeanor case has been set for August 18 at 9am.

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