Inmate and juvenile caught drunk while on work release
By: L.N. Reklai
February 14, 2017 (Koror, Palau) An inmate and a juvenile delinquent participating in the rehabilitation program of Ngara Ubeng, were brought in to jail by police Officer Brell and Officer Mark, after they were found drunk at Ice Box Park where they were supposed to be working. [restrict]
Koror Jail inmate Jasper Camacho, is allowed under his sentence order to participate in a work release program with Ngara Ubeng from 6am to 6pm from Monday to Friday as part of his rehabilitation program. Riley Ngiraremiang, a juvenile who was recently incarcerated also participates in the work release program.
According to reports from Bureau of Public Safety, when the officers came to the site of the work release program at Ice Box, they found that the program supervisor Vierra Toribiong was not there and the two fellows were quite drunk.
On their way back to the station, they met Mr. Toribiong on his way to the site to check on the guys.
This incident will be a violation of his order and according to reports from the Bureau, Mr. Camacho will lose his work release privilege. The juvenile Mr. Ngiraremiang will undergo the legal process.
Last week, another inmate with work release privilege to work with Ngara Ubeng got lost in the jungle of Ngardmau where he was cutting wood and had to stay in the jungle overnight. He found his way out of the jungle the next day where he was picked up by police officers. [/restrict]