Guam – The Guam Police Department Officer who was involved in a two car collision last month has been arrested and it appears that he was not following the laws of the road.
On July 4, 2018, a Guam Police Department Officer was under the scrutiny of fellow officers as an official vehicle crash investigation was launched.
It was reported that the GPD officer was involved in a two car collision on Route 1 Marine Corps Drive in Harmon by the Kmart intersection.
The car crash resulted in the officer being sent to GMH for treatment and four other injured person being treated at the scene.
The GPD Officer has been identified as Dennis Anthony Quenga Santos who was off duty when the crash occurred. An investigation into the accident revealed that he was in violation of the crash.
According to Gpd Spokesman Sgt. Paul Tapao, Santos was arrested for vehicular negligence, driving while impaired with a child on board with injuries, disobeying a red traffic light, driving without a seatbelt, and official misconduct.
While the criminal investigation has concluded, Tapao says that an administrative investigation is ongoing.
He was booked and confined.