Guam - The Department of Parks & Recreation is stepping up enforcement to catching people littering in public parks. DPR director Pete Calvo says the action was prompted by the large amounts of trash strewn throughout the Plasan Maga'lahi Hurao Park in Anigua on Saturday. Calvo is also looking into why his staff did not make a check of the area, because they're supposed to on a daily basis.

He says his staff is cleaning up the site. He adds anyone who does not get a permit to utilize the parks will be charged with illegal trespassing and fined especially if they do not clean up after themselves.