BREAKING NEWS: Police Officer Torre Violated Release Conditions, AG Says

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An AG investigator says he saw Police Officer Mark Torre Jr. at a barber shop inside Andersen Air Force Base without any of third party custodians.

Guam – Guam Attorney General Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson has filed for an ex parte motion asking the Superior Court to revoke Police Officer Mark Torre Jr.’s release from prison.

The Attorney General filed the motion after AG investigator Bryan Cruz spotted Officer Torre at a barber shop inside Anderson Air Force Base. According to Cruz, Torre was waiting inside the barber shop with his cell phone in hand and did not appear to have any of his third party custodians with him.

Torre is facing charges of murder, manslaughter and aggravated assault in the shooting death of fellow Police Officer Sgt. Elbert Piolo last month. He was initially held on $500,000 cash bail, but was released on a property bond of $165,000 on house arrest.

As part of his release conditions, he was not allowed to leave his residence except to appear in court, for emergency medical treatment, for religious services or to meet with his attorney or probation officer.

You can read the AG’s motion by clicking on the file below.

ExParte_Motion_to_Show_Cause_RE_Violation_of_Pre-Trial_Release_Conditions_Revocation_of_Bond_and_Arrest_of_Defendant.pdf