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Arrest Warrant
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 01:05

The CNMI Public Corruption and White Collar Crimes Task Force (PCWCCTF) primarily comprised of law enforcement investigative personnel employed by the CNMI Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the CNMI Office of the Public Auditor (OPA) had executed arrest warrants upon three (3) individuals on public corruption and conspiracy charges. These individuals are as follows:

1. Name: OGUMORO, Ambrosio T.
Age: 57 Years Old
Ethnicity: Carolinian
Gender: Male
Date of Arrest: March 23rd, 2015
Time of Arrest: 7:17 p.m.
Location of Arrest: Smiling Cove Marina, Puerto Rico
Charge(s): Misconduct in Public Office, Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition and Removal of Government Property

2. Name: MANGLONA, Katherine M.
Age: 43 Years Old
Ethnicity: Chamorro
Gender: Female
Date of Arrest: March 23rd, 2015
Time of Arrest: 7:17 p.m.
Location of Arrest: Smiling Cove Marina, Puerto Rico
Charge(s): Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition and Conspiracy to Commit Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition

3. Name: MANGLONA, Herman M.
Age: 45 Years Old
Ethnicity: Chamorro
Gender: Male
Date of Arrest: March 24th, 2015
Time of Arrest: 9:40 a.m.
Location of Arrest: Carolina Heights, Tinian
Charge(s): Receiving Stolen Property and Conspiracy to Commit Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition

The arrest operations on Mr. Ambrosio T. Ogumoro and Ms. Katherine M. Manglona were led by the PCWCCTF with law enforcement tactical support from the DPS’ Special Enforcement Action Section (SEAS) and were both served with their and arrested at the Smiling Cove Mariana last night. Aside from Mr. Ogumoro’s angry and loud tone of voice threatening to sue the participating law enforcement officers and reminding them to do their jobs, the arrests were carried out without incident or further resistance.

Furthermore, this morning at approximately 6:00 a.m., PCWCCTF and members of the DPS SEAS were transported to the island of Tinian by DPS Boating Safety Officers where the third suspect, Mr. Herman M. Manglona, Jr. was arrested at a relative’s house in Carolina Heights, Tinian and transported to Saipan via DPS boat.

All three (3) Defendants are currently in custody at the CNMI Department of Corrections. The arrest warrants were issued by The Honorable Kenneth L. Govendo, Judge, CNMI Superior Court on a $5,000.00 bail a piece.
The CNMI DPS will defer on comments concerning details of the investigation to the CNMI OPA, except that DPS participated and had aided the OPA with its investigative activities.

Now, in response to some inquiries by members of the media, there were no special procedures implemented on the arrest of Mr. Ogumoro. However, given his criminal history, he is considered a high risk offender, and as such, special precautions were undertaken. The fact that he is a former DPS official does not and will not warrant any special circumstance or treatment on the part of participating law enforcement agencies. This case is now before the Superior Court of the Commonwealth and the three (3) Defendants will be brought to court for their initial appearance tomorrow. Furthermore, the DPS will not release the amount of law enforcement officers who participated in these operations in order to avoid the compromise of future high risk offender apprehension missions. These individuals are not employees of the DPS and therefore, the DPS will take no further action than our department’s continued cooperation and participation with activities being carried out by the PCWCCTF.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 March 2015 01:19
 
Vehicular Accident
Monday, 23 March 2015 00:00

On March 22, 2015 at about 0312 hrs. Police Officer Raymond Pangelinan called Central Dispatch via police radio and reported a car crash that occurred on Beach Road Garapan at the Bank of Guam and Hard Rock Café traffic signal light intersection. Medics were also dispatched due to occupants of the vehicle involved were injured.

Preliminary Investigation:

It was learned from the at-scene investigator Officer Juan Mendiola, that a grey Ford F-150 pick-up truck was traveling south on Beach Road Garapan. According to witnesses the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed. As the vehicle approached the traffic signal light intersection, it somehow lost control. The vehicle struck a steel post at the intersection, went off the roadway and struck a light post and then came to rest on the southbound shoulder.

FOLLOW UP INVESTIGATIONS:

Further investigations and processing of the crash scene, Traffic Investigators have identified that speed and alcohol were factors and the cause of this crash. The occupants of the vehicle were unrestrained.

Operator: HOKIN, Joseph Aaron AGE: 26 yrs. old
Nat’l /Sex: Caucasian/Male
Injuries: Back pain. Treated and later released from CHCC.

Passenger #1: DELEON GUERRERO, Jake Steven S. AGE: 22 yrs.
Nat'l/Sex: Chamorro/Male
Injuries: Head and back injuries. Admitted to ICU for observation.

Passenger #2: CEPEDA, Leilani S. AGE: 23 yrs. old

 
Phone Scams
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 07:57

The Department of Public Safety has been alerted to a scam that has been circulating on Guam and now spread to Saipan. This scam will involve individuals calling random telephone numbers, claiming they are from Microsoft (or other computer company). They will advise the victim that their computer is at risk, or already infected, by viruses. The individual on the telephone will try and sell a product to the victim that will “fix” their computer system.

According to Microsoft, “You will never receive a legitimate call from Microsoft or our partners to charge you for computer fixes.”

If you receive a suspicious telephone call asking you to send the caller money to fix your computer, or for any other reason, be very cautious. If you are uncertain as to the nature of the call, collect as much information as possible from the caller and advise the Department of Public Safety.

Be mindful of the following, if you receive a suspicious call:

  • Resist pressure to make a decision immediately.
  • Keep your credit card, checking account, or Social Security numbers to yourself. Don't tell them to callers you don't know — even if they ask you to “confirm” this information. That's a trick.
  • Don’t pay for something just because you’ll get a “free gift.”
  • Get all information in writing before you agree to buy.
  • Check out a charity before you give. Ask how much of your donation actually goes to the charity. Ask the caller to send you written information so you can make an informed decision without being pressured, rushed, or guilted into it.
  • Don’t send cash by messenger, overnight mail, or money transfer. If you use cash or a money transfer — rather than a credit card — you may lose your right to dispute fraudulent charges. The money will be gone.
  • Don’t agree to any offer for which you have to pay a “registration” or “shipping” fee to get a prize or a gift.
  • Beware of offers to “help” you recover money you have already lost. Callers that say they are law enforcement officers who will help you get your money back “for a fee” are scammers.
 
Beach Closure
Sunday, 15 March 2015 14:24

Due to high surf advisory and tropical storm conditions, the Department of Public Safety, Boating Safety Section, has closed off all beaches on Saipan. All residents and tourists are encouraged to stay away from these areas until they are deemed safe.

The Department of Public Safety would encourage the public to stay indoors during the storm as heavy wind can cause objects to move at high speeds, damaging property, and has the potential to cause injuries. Take caution when venturing outside.

The Department of Public Safety and the Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services are actively working to keep the islands safe during the storm.

 
Grotto Closure
Friday, 13 March 2015 13:56

Effective March 13th, 2015, the Department of Public Safety, Boating Safety Section, has closed the Grotto dive site for the time being due to rough waters and strong current. It is advised that all visitors to the Grotto obey the signage posted and avoid going down into the site. The Department of Public Safety will make another announcement when the current lessens and the site is safe again.

Last Updated on Friday, 13 March 2015 13:57
 
Grotto Closure
Sunday, 08 March 2015 13:50

Effective March 8th, 2015, the Department of Public Safety, Boating Safety Section, has closed the Grotto dive site for the time being due to rough waters and strong current. It is advised that all visitors to the Grotto obey the signage posted and avoid going down into the site. The Department of Public Safety will make another announcement when the current lessens and the site is safe again.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 March 2015 11:04
 
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