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Administration seeks public’s help in preventing theft as recovery efforts continue
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 14:19

Capitol Hill, Saipan – Acting Governor Ralph DLG. Torres is urging residents to be proactive in preventing theft (exposed wires, personal belongings, store merchandise, etc.) as first responders continue to assist in recovery efforts after the damaging effects of Typhoon Soudelor. “Right now, the island is vulnerable to a lot of danger even with the storm’s passage, primarily in regards to thieves possibly taking advantage of looting and stealing public and private property,” the acting governor mentioned earlier today. “We have power lines and wires that are down, some exposed and damaged, that these individuals may try to seize to sell for profit. Stealing these items will have a significant impact on the restoration of utilities, and it is extremely important that this process does not get hindered, most especially because of criminal activity.”

Acting Gov. Torres also wants residents and merchants to be vigilant in making sure that their belongings and goods are safeguarded for the possibility of looting as well as burglary in the wake of electricity being down. “I urge homeowners who are in the process of picking up the pieces to secure valuables and any other belongings they may have because burglars can easily take advantage of homes when night falls. This especially needs to be done if any families plan on seeking shelter elsewhere and are leaving their residences. Storeowners also have to do their part, since some may have their surveillance systems down because of the utility situation. This is something we all need to be aware of because the last thing we need to deal with in the condition we are in now is thieves taking advantage of people who are in a clear state of disadvantage.”

The acting governor would like to remind the public that should they witness any thefts or suspicious activity to report them to the Department of Public Safety at 664-9000, dial 911, or call the Crimestoppers hotline at 234-7272. He went on to thank our first responders who are assisting the community at large in cleanup and recovery efforts from Typhoon Soudelor, “I also ask the people to extend their patience to them as well, as the hard work of restoring our islands to normalcy is only just beginning.”

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 August 2015 14:20
Dead Person at Håfa Adai Hotel
Friday, 12 June 2015 16:32

On Friday, June 12, 2015, at about 6:26 am, Police responded to a possible dead person located at Hafa Adai Hotel. Upon arrival Police met with witnesses and employee staff who came across the body of a Chinese male, age 29. The body was found on the terrace area of the 2nd floor. The victim was found to have no pulse and not breathing. Investigators learned the name of the victim however his name will not be released pending notification of next of kin.

At this point and time the Department of Public Safety's, Commonwealth Bureau of Investigation is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of the victim. The victim was transported to the Commonwealth Health Care Center where he was pronounced dead by Dr. Jeremy Seelinger at 8:43 am.

The investigation is ongoing and further information will be released when available.

Last Updated on Friday, 12 June 2015 16:39
Tinian DPS Phone Lines Temporarily Down
Friday, 22 May 2015 08:46

The Tinian Department of Public Safety's (DPS) phone line 670-483-9222 is temporarily down. The Tinian Dps "911" emergency line is also temporarily down. This is due to Technical difficulties with the phone lines.  IT & E technicians are currently working on the system to get it back on line. In the meantime, please contact 433-2391 for Police matters or 433-9030 for Fire/Emergency Medical services for the island of Tinian until the system is restored.

Last Updated on Friday, 22 May 2015 08:51
Joint Drug Enforcement Search and Arrest Operation on the War Against the Proliferation of Crystal Methamphetamines in the Commonwealth
Thursday, 14 May 2015 22:14

Date & Time Incident Occurred: May 13-14, 2015

Type of Incident: Arrest & Search Warrants; Trafficking & Possession of a Controlled Substance

Victim: The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

On May 13th, 2015 at about 6:00 a.m., law enforcement personnel from the CNMI Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) Commonwealth Bureau of Investigation, CNMI Department of Finance’s Division of Customs (Canine (K-9) Unit), CNMI Department of Corrections, CNMI Office of the Attorney General’s Investigation Division, CNMI Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, CNMI Special Operations Group (consisting of law enforcement personnel from the Commonwealth Ports Authority (S.R.T.) and the Department of Public Safety (S.E.A.S.)), United States Drug Enforcement Administration and the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Homeland Security Investigations, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection conducted joint search and arrest warrant operations against drug traffickers responsible for the distribution of crystal methamphetamines in the Commonwealth. A total of four (4) residences were searched and two (2) vehicles were searched and seized in the process.

These operations were conducted in response to the community’s outrage against the proliferation of crystal methamphetamines and in support of the Commissioner’s “War on Ice” initiative to rid the Commonwealth of this poison and evil drug.

The Commissioner reminds those who use meth to stop and seek immediate help. The Department of Public Safety has a zero tolerance policy against meth offenders and those caught will be charged and be brought before the Courts.

Over the past two (2) years, Commonwealth and federal law enforcement efforts had caused the removal of over seven hundred forty thousand dollars ($740,000.00) worth of crystal methamphetamines from our streets and the entire CNMI law enforcement community is united on the “War on Ice”. These recent operations were investigated by personnel assigned to the joint Department of Public Safety-Division of Customs Interagency Financial Crimes and Drug Enforcement Task Force and more operations are forthcoming.
All the of the below named arrestees are charged with Drug Trafficking and Illegal Possession of a Controlled Substance in violation of Title 6 subsection 2141(a)(1) and 2142(a) of the Commonwealth Criminal Code.

Suspect #1 : ZHANG, Da Mei aka: Mei Mei
Date of Birth : December 04, 1985
Nationality : Chinese
Arrest ed : Yes
Time of Arrest : 7:10 a.m.

Suspect #2 : HUANG, Zhi Peng aka: Dandan
Date of Birth : Jan. 02, 1979
Nationality : Chinese
Arrest ed : Yes
Time of Arrest : 1:53 p.m.

Suspect #3 : ZHANG, Ming Ming aka: Young Boy
Date of Birth : Oct. 07, 1988
Nationality : Chinese
Arrest ed : Yes
Time of Arrest : 7:10 a.m.

Suspect #4 : WANG, Xiu Hui aka: Sister
Date of Birth : June 26, 1978
Nationality : Chinese
Arrested : Yes
Time of Arrest : 11:51 a.m.

Suspect #5 : HUANG, Rui Jun aka: U-Luck Chinese
Date of Birth : July 10, 1977
Nationality : Chinese
Arrested : Yes
Time of Arrest : 11:45 a.m.

Suspect #6 : SABLAN, Shaboo
Date of Birth : July 07, 1989
Nationality : Chamorro
Arrested : Yes
Time of Arrest : 6:01 a.m.

Suspect #7 : DELEON GUERRERO, John
Date of Birth : April 07, 1976
Nationality : Chamorro
Arrested : Yes, served at DOC
Time Arrested : 6:46 p.m.

All offenders named as part of these operations were located and apprehended successfully except for one, who remains at large. A separate press release has been prepared and we are seeking the community’s assistance in locating him. We ask the community not to approach Mr. Joshua Sablan Diaz when spotted and to contact 911 for immediate police assistance.

On a final note, the Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety congratulates all of the detectives, agents and investigators who worked in the case and extends his outmost appreciation to all law enforcement agencies, both state and federal, in carrying out these successful operations. It is a clear testament of the Commonwealth and federal law enforcement community’s resolve to end the proliferation of crystal methamphetamines in our small island jurisdiction.

Last Updated on Thursday, 14 May 2015 22:21
Wanted Person
Thursday, 14 May 2015 22:11


On Monday, May 11, 2015 , the honorable Judge Joseph N. Camacho issued an arrest warrant for Joshua Sablan Diaz, age 30 for the charges of Trafficking (controlled substance) Offense, Possession (controlled substance), in violation of the Commonwealth Code. Cash bail of $100,000.00 bail is set.

Several attempts have been made to arrest and apprehend Joshua Diaz. His family members, friends and known associates have been made aware of Mr. Diaz's arrest warrant. He is still at large.

DPS and Crime Stoppers need your help. Please contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272 should you want to remain anonymous or use our website at Crime stoppers pays up to $1,000.00 for any information leading to an arrest. It pays to call.


Last Updated on Thursday, 14 May 2015 22:14
Recovered Human Remains Identified
Thursday, 14 May 2015 21:53

The Department of Public Safety's Commonwealth Bureau of Investigation after notifying the next of kin has identified the human remains to be that of Traina Suda Jack, age 18 years, a Chuukese female.


Using a photograph that shows dental features, Dr. Espinola positively identified the remains belonging to Traina Suda Jack, a Chuukese female reported missing on October 22, 2014. Points of gender identification (female) noted were the mastoid process, skull (mongoloid) and large pelTraina-Jack-photovis.

On Monday, May 11, 2015 at about 12:30 p.m., a local resident notified DPS in regards to the discovery of possible human remains within the Obyan area. Police met with the local resident near the entrance to Obyan beach and it was confirmed to be a skull and skeletal bones.

DPS Crime Scene Technicians arrived to the scene shortly along with Detectives from the Commonwealth Bureau of Investigation who then conducted scene processing and investigation. Women clothing was collected within the general location of the human skeletal remains. Investigators believe that the remains could possibly that of a female.

On Tuesday May 12, 2015 at 8:36pm, Dr. Aurelio Espinola conducted an Autopsy on the human skeletal remains that were recovered on May 11, 2015 within the Obyan area. Autopsy was conducted at the Commonwealth Health Center Morgue.


Skeletal examination did not reveal any type of identifiable trauma such as fracture, stab or gunshot. Dr. Espinola indicated that he is unable to determine a cause of death at this time, pending further Microscopic analysis bone fragments retrieved from the skull.


On October 26, 2014, at 8:39 pm Police were dispatched to a missing person incident located at the residence of the victim in Chinatown, Garapan. The missing person's mother wanted to report her daughter, Traina S. Jack, age 18 missing.
Traina was last seen at her residence by family members four (4) days earlier, Wednesday night, October 22, 2014 at about 6:00 pm. Family returned later that night and Traina was not at home. After two (2) days the family started asking other friends and family members if they have seen Traina with no success. On Sunday, October 26, 2014 Traina's mother filed an official missing persons complaint with the Saipan DPS.

A search was conducted by the CBI detectives and Traina was never found.


Case remains open and under investigation.

Last Updated on Thursday, 14 May 2015 22:09

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