Rental scam matter heard in federal court
by Jolene Toves
Guam - The District Court of Guam chief judge issued an order today in the case against Napoleon Medina. She has scheduled a motions hearing for his case for July 22nd. It was in February Medina was indicted accused of defrauding the Defense Finances and Accounting Service of more than $16,000 in Military Overseas Housing Allowance funds. Medina is accused of fraudulently claiming that he was paying monthly rental payments to his father and submitting a bogus real estate lease to substantiate the false claim. Although trial has been scheduled for July 29th, a motion to continue the trial has been filed.