Note to family: he's got that nice half-million dollar pad up there in Adacao. Here's the link. And his friends have that really cool 40 million dollar property just up the road from the jungle where they dumped your grandmother's casket.
Posted: Feb 20, 2015 5:18 PM PGT by Krystal Paco. Guam - A southern resident uncovered an opened casket in the jungle. Yona mayor Ken Joe Ada shared an alarming photo with KUAM News after a resident reported finding the casket just behind the Togcha Cemetery crypts earlier today. Mayor Ada says this is a new find as the reporting individual visits the cemetery frequently and this is the first he's seen of the casket. The incident has been forwarded to police for further investigation.
Posted: Feb 26, 2015 9:58 AM PGT by Sabrina Salas Matanane. Guam - It was last week KUAM News reported an unusual incident, where a discarded casket was discovered behind the crypts at Togcha Cemetery. Yona mayor Ken Joe Ada confirms that he has spoken to a family member, who says she paid $6,000 for her grandmother to be exhumed and reburied with another relative. She was very upset to hear that the original casket was simply thrown in the jungle by the contractor. Mayor Ada advised the family to look into possible legal action regarding the incident.
March 1, 2015. A Yona resident had a big surprise when he went into the jungle on Feb. 20 behind a crypt at the Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Togcha. There, he discovered an old, rusty casket.