Limo is arguing that he was not given notice of the discipline to be imposed.
Guam – Two former Department of Corrections Officers allegedly involved in the conspiracy to promote prison contraband are fighting their termination.
Former head of Internal Affairs Lt. Jeff Limo has filed an appeal with the Civil Service Commission, arguing that the notice of adverse action served upon him did not specify the action DOC proposed to take against him.
Limo further argues that because DOC did not want Limo to visit the prison facility, he was prevented from obtaining evidence in support of his right to request reconsideration of the decision to take adverse action.
Documents state that DOC management failed to provide notice of the discipline to be imposed, further stating that the adverse action was not taken within the 60-day time period.
Limo argues that because of these circumstances he was denied due process. He is requesting that the adverse action against him be revoked and that he be fully reimbursed for loss of pay and benefits as well as attorneys fees incurred in the process of appeal.
Meanwhile, former DOC officer Shane Cruz also filed an appeal. Cruz was arrested about a week after Limo and five other officers were taken into custody.
It is alleged that Cruz smuggled drugs and cellphones into the prison facility hidden in packages of fast food products.