The Guam Attorney General’s office issued a cryptic statement to the media Friday confirming that they have “received allegations against government officials.”
The statement does not say who or how many government officials were involved or reveal the nature of the allegations against them.
“The OAG is actively reviewing these matters,” states the release from Carlina Charfauros, the public information officer for the Attorney General’s Office.
She goes on to say that the Guam Police Department has been working to make sure that we receive all relevant reports and evidence.
And she concludes by saying that any felony charges would have to be brought before a grand jury.
However, that is subject to the availability of a grand jury to hear the allegations.
No further details were released.