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

(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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