A defense private investigator also testified about various "flirtatious" text messages sent between Piolo and several other women.
Months after a controversial termination of Superintendent Jon Fernandez's contract, the Guam Education Board voted in favor of a full reinstatement. Now the only question left remains: will the superintendent accept his post once again? 

DOC officer busted for meth arraigned

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Pereira pleaded not guilty to all the charges against him. 
A new trial date is tentatively set for August 29, 2017.
Senators Frank Aguon Jr. and Joe San Agustin met with special assistant to the governor Jose San Agustin to tour the cemetery. 

UOG announces Regional Center for Public Policy

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"We're very proud to present this to our community,” remarked UOG Senior Vice President Dr. Anita Borja Enriquez. “And not just locally, but throughout the region as an avenue towards examining the data looking at evidence, being able to produce some meaningful results that have some meaningful implications for revised policy,” she said.

GPD procures 10 new vehicles

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The police force added new vehicles to their fleet, including a motorcycle.
All GDOE schools will stick to the regular schedule this upcoming Monday. 

Woman caught delivering contraband to DOC inmate

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44-year-old Betty Sue Sanchez was arrested for attempting to deliver methamphetamine and tobacco to an inmate.
Public Health and GDOE are working to identify all close contacts to schedule a TB screening.