March 10, 2018
Hagåtña — Three more criminals will never hurt another man, woman or child on Guam.
Governor Calvo commuted sentences for three non-U.S. citizens last month.
Brady Dois was deported on March 8, 2018 while Maxio Anney and Yprok Chutaro continue to await deportation while in federal custody.
U.S. immigration officials identified all three as having committed deportable crimes. Officials placed a federal detainer on their file. The Guam Police Department notified the victims who noted their support of the deportations.
Maxio Anney: Convicted of aggravated assault.
Yprok Chutaro: Convicted of operating a motor vehicle without authorization and consumption of alcohol.
Brady Dois: Convicted of theft of a motor vehicle.
Once the Governor signs an Order of Commutation of Sentence, the detainee is transferred to federal officials who carry out the deportation process. The order in which detainees are deported is solely determined by federal officials.
Commutations of sentencing for non-US citizens is a part of the Governor’s initiative to keep residents of Guam safe. It costs about $119 a day, or more than $43,000 a year, to house, feed and provide for the basic needs of each individual at the Department of Corrections.
This action brings the total number of criminals whose sentences the Governor commuted for either removal or deportation to 42.