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News for 5/26/2015: Thursday's Headlines

A CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION OFFICER IS INDICTED ON 37 COUNTS OF WIRE FRAUD IN FEDERAL COURT.


COURT DOCUMENTS REVEAL SAIPAN RESIDENT BOB HAJIME DELEON GUERRERO USED A TRAVEL CARD ISSUED FOR OFFICAL DUTIES TO FRAUDULENTLY OBTAIN CASH ADVANCES FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK AND BANK OF HAWAII. THE TRAVEL CARD WAS WITH J-P MORGAN CHASE.

 

THE BATTLE OVER UNPAID ELECTRIC BILLS CONTINUES BETWEEN THE COMMONWEALTH UTILITIES CORPORATION AND THE COMMONWEALTH HEALTHCARE CORPORATION.


OFFICIALS SAY THE HOSPITAL CURRENTLY OWES THE CUC AROUND 16 MILLION DOLLARS FOR ELECTRICITY AND WATER BILLS.

 

THE DRIVER OF THE FORD F-150 THAT WAS INVOLVED IN THE CAR ACCIDENT IN GARAPAN BACK IN MARCH DID NOT RETURN TO THE COMMONWEALTH FOR COURT.

JOSEPH AARON HOKIN WAS A PARAMEDIC ON SAIPAN WHEN HE CRASHED INTO A POST ON BEACH ROAD IN GARAPAN. THE ACCIDENT SENT THREE PEOPLE TO THE HOSPITAL AND PARALYZED ONE PASSENGER FROM THE WAIST DOWN.