Cop may have been at fault in July 4 crash - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Cop may have been at fault in July 4 crash

Posted: Jul 10, 2018 4:08 PM Updated:

Police now say it might be the officer's fault in that two-car collision in the early morning hours of July 4. Crash investigators from the Highway Patrol Division indicate possible violations by the officer, who was in an official vehicle when the crash occurred just after midnight on Marine Corps drive in front of K-Mart.

The cop - whose name has not been released - was injured in the accident, and transported to the Guam memorial hospital. An Internal Affairs division  administrative investigation is also underway to determine if there were any violations of GPD policies and procedures.

Weather and road conditions may also have been a factor. The crash occurred during the time Tropical storm Maria was approaching.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Man dies in Anigua auto-pedestrian crash

    Man dies in Anigua auto-pedestrian crash

    The Guam Police Department has blocked off parts of Marine Corps Drive in Anigua as it investigates a fatal auto pedestrian incident in Anigua. The incident occurred just before 7:30pm on Monday near Circle K. Andrew Pluss was driving along Marine Corps DMore >>
    The Guam Police Department has blocked off parts of Marine Corps Drive in Anigua as it investigates a fatal auto pedestrian incident in Anigua. The incident occurred just before 7:30pm on Monday near Circle K. Andrew Pluss was driving along Marine Corps DMore >>
  • Morgan Hale caught in social video attacking cop

    Morgan Hale caught in social video attacking cop

    A video circulating on social media shows Guam police officers making an arrest after responding to a disturbance in Tamuning Sunday night. Morgan Hale is charged with two counts of assault on a peace officer, assault, resisting arrest, and public drunkenMore >>
    A video circulating on social media shows Guam police officers making an arrest after responding to a disturbance in Tamuning Sunday night. Morgan Hale is charged with two counts of assault on a peace officer, assault, resisting arrest, and public drunkenMore >>
  • Defense may attempt to discredit victim in Peregrine San Nicolas case

    Defense may attempt to discredit victim in Peregrine San Nicolas case

    He's charged with sexually assaulting a student on campus, but defense thinks they can discredit the victim. Bishop Baumgartner Memorial School teacher Peregrine San Nicolas appeared in court on Monday. Though trial is set to start next week, defense adviMore >>
    He's charged with sexually assaulting a student on campus, but defense thinks they can discredit the victim. Bishop Baumgartner Memorial School teacher Peregrine San Nicolas appeared in court on Monday. Though trial is set to start next week, defense adviMore >>
Powered by Frankly