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Leaders from the government of Guam and the island's tourism industry rededicated the Sgt. Frankie E. Smith Police Station in Tumon following recent renovations.
PHR Ken Micronesia Inc. donated a 2013 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 police motorcycle, valued at $24,000, to the Guam Police Department during a ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Guam in Tumon on Sept. 10.
P.H.R. Ken Micronesia Inc. donated four Honda "Ruckus" scooters to the Guam Police Department to help officers patrol around Tumon Bay. A press conference was held at the Sheraton Laguna Resort in Tamuning where Ken Micronesia presented the scooters to GPD and Cycles Plus, which committed to three years of free maintenance. Seated on the four scooters are, from left, Dennis Quinones, Cycles Plus; Capt. Kim Santos; Mitsuo Sato, president and CEO of Ken Micronesia; and Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio.
More than meets the eye: Guam Police Department Chief Paul Suba, center, thanks Shigeru Sato, right, president of Ken Corp. and honorary GPD deputy chief and Hayato "Jack" Yoshino, president of P.H.R. Ken Asset Management Inc. for a Dodge Charger donated by Ken Corp. on May 6. The handover took place at the Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort, yesterday. The company made the donation as a service to the community and is preparing a second vehicle for donation, Yoshino said. The Charger - a replica from the "Transformers" movie — will be used at the Tumon precinct as a patrol vehicle, Suba said.
NO TRICKS but all treat over at the Guam Police Department this past Saturday as the department took the keys to a brand new 2010 Dodge Charger police cruiser on a bright Halloween afternoon.
The new cruiser was donated by two businessmen who felt it important to do what they could to contribute to making a safer community for island residents.
Chief executive officer and president of Ken Real Estate Lease Ltd. Shigeru Sato, of Japan, Ken Corp. president Jack Yoshino met with the Gov. Felix Camacho at the Guam Police Department to donate the new Police Cruiser
The 2010 Dodge Charger estimated value is over $45,000.
At the Agat precinct groundbreaking last week, Camacho said Chief Suba told him that they are running out of the equipment and automobiles they bought when the governor first took office.
The governor said there was $500,000 reserved for new police cruisers, and he mentioned the donation from the private sector.
"The bottom line is there is a lot of work to be done, and we must continue to make investments into suitable facilities and equipment our police officers will need in the future," said Camacho. "Police officers have one of the toughest jobs around," he added saying that they rarely get the praise they deserve.