Two DOC officers resign amid proposed adverse action


Three officers involved in the case remain on the force.

Guam –┬áThe Department of Corrections is moving forward with administrative actions against the officers implicated in the conspiracy to promote major prison contraband.

DOC Deputy Director Kate Baltazar stated, “the five officers were served their notices of proposed adverse actions. three officers have resigned, well Fermin Maritita resigned before he was served his notice of proposed adverse action.”

The other two officers who resigned are Frankie Rosalin and Edward Crisostimo which means the adverse actions against these three officers are closed.

As for the other three officers Gerry Hocog, Jerome San Nicolas and DOC Internal Affairs Lt. Jeff Limo, they have ten days to respond to the notice of proposed adverse action, before meeting with the Director or Deputy Director.

“We have I believe ten days following that meeting to issue a final adverse action and final adverse could be a range of disciplinary action it could be suspension, demotion, termination, letter of reprimand or even no action,” shared Baltazar.

The three officers still employed with DOC remain on leave without pay.