NEWS: 32nd criminal commuted for deportation
August 2, 2017 (Hagåtña) — A man charged with molesting a young girl now faces deportation after the Governor started the process with a commutation.
U.S. immigration officials identified Etsy Sachuo Martin as having committed deportable crimes. Officials placed a federal detainer on his file. Police notified the victims who noted their support of his deportation.
Martin was convicted by the Superior Court of Guam in Criminal Case of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct as a third-degree felony and was ordered to serve 18 months with credit for time served.
The Department of Corrections will place Martin in the custody of the federal government for deportation as part of the Governor’s initiative to keep residents of Guam safe.
This action brings the total number of criminals whose sentences the Governor commuted for either removal or deportation to 32.

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