BREAKING NEWS: Governor's security cop INDICTED


Attorney General Leevin Camacho is sworn into office January 2019 by Chief Justice Katherine Maraman as his wife, Jennifer, holds the bible.

By Johnnie Rosario

johnnie@kanditnews.com


(Tumon, Guam) Score one for Attorney General Leevin Camacho in his fight against police corruption.


On Friday, his prosecutors succeeding in having a Superior Court grand jury indict Ryan Shimizu, the police officer assigned to Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero's executive security team caught on camera stealing a man's wallet at a Chalan Pago store.


Mr. Camacho's spokeswoman, Carlina Charfauros, will be providing Kandit News Group with a copy of the indictment, which we will share with you today.


Kandit also has learned that Mr. Shimizu was not fired by the Guam Police Department following his in-living-color theft of the wallet; he was allowed to retire from government service.


The money taken from that man's wallet was meant for a medical procedure for the man's daughter.


Neither Ms. Leon Guerrero nor her office issued any apology or remorse for her security guard's theft.


This is a developing story.

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