TrendSpotting: your comments on the Gov being called out, safety in Tamuning, and more!

TrendSpotting: your comments on the Gov being called out, safety in Tamuning, and more!



Chris hit the pavement in Timonium talking to numerous neighbors in the central village directly about their thoughts on safety and crime a store owner really got your attention with this soundbite and the residents didn't hold back when wanting to share their concern about keeping their very densely populated streets safe one of our Facebook top fans Christina recalled happier times chiming in Timonium was never like that when I was growing up we could roam the streets to all hours of the night into the morning Ann our Balmerino another top fan noted it seems to me some of these people have no respect or fear for the police which led to Roe Santos to comment on his comment writing that's because they know that our court system will set them free and also Paul joined the conversation by saying Timonium is a lot more safe than most of the places here on-island let's not exaggerate now dead ido is way worse and I'm glad I no longer live there midweek local activists had an audience with the governor about wanting to put a halt to the military buildup on Island we are you because if you haven't streamed the story yet you should because it got very heated and so did your comments that followed over on YouTube Frank shocker had sharp criticism for the activists and support for the chief executive typing that they're spoiled children looking for affirmation save pocket done return unused lands done pay for infrastructures renovations done help fund a Guam Museum dun dun dun dun dun dun what are you children still crying about well done governor similarly crazy Bravo Zulu typed all this anti-american sentiment is making me sick hate is being pushed to these people and I'm not going to support them anymore but not all with positive as luli on Guerrero got an earful from daybreak who added to the thread by posting when care more about the US military than your own island and people shame on you one story this week that had the community scratching their heads a man trying to plead guilty for a crime he committed however the court refusing his entry for them he wasn't making an intelligent plea in May Dexter Lang was indicted for attempting to bring in almost 1,000 grams of the drug ice long who is sitting behind bars waiting for another hearing before the court wrote a letter to the entire island community of Guam it's a last-ditch effort to convince the judge he's owning up to his bad behavior he once again pleads guilty of the crimes he's being charged with he's deeply sorry for what he did just yet he made this letter Viviane Peralta said her husband is willing to accept the consequences over on Facebook signe Guam writes this looks like someone got the wrong guy and wrongfully charged and the courts know it so they won't allow him to plead guilty this is fishy and needs more attention it just doesn't add up and Christopher Davis states anyone that will go this far to show the island he made a mistake should be given a chance to make things right and have a chance to get back to his family his case is set to go to trial August 21st a trial long says there's no need to waste the community's tax dollars and time with a burden because he knows he will eventually lose the seventy-fifth liberation Queen's coronation ball was held Sunday night at the Hotel Nikko Guam 20 year-old Regina Gloria duenas of Santa Rita was crowned as the 75th liberation Queen raising 67,000 $190 congratulations to Queen Regina and her royal court lastly I 94 we'll be having a food truck rally on Wednesday July 3rd stop by Skinner Plaza in Haganah and enjoy tons of food live music face painting and our beer and cocktail garden the event starts at 5 p.m. and lasts until 10:00 p.m. see you there

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