“There are more break-ins — break-ins commercial, break-ins residential, break-ins cars.”

Frank T. Ishizaki, instructor of legal studies, expert in residence at the University of Guam’s School of Business & Public Administration. He was speaking on public safety at the Guam Chamber of Commerce membership lunch on June 29 at the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa.

He also said, “There’s a serious correlation between crime and drugs.” (See Front Page photo) Ishizak said more crimes are committed in Tamuning because there are more businesses there, presenting more potential opportunities.