Former Attorney General Douglas Moylan will join the growing Blue House case.
Moylan was appointed to represent Quenga during a Superior Court of Guam hearing Wednesday. Quenga’s previous attorney, Leevin Camacho, stepped down due to a conflict of interest.
A status hearing is set for Monday to determine if Moylan has any conflicts in the case.
The Blue House lounge was a brothel that masqueraded as a karaoke bar in Tamuning from 2004 to 2008. Brothel owner Song Ja Cha already has been sentenced to life in prison after a trial in federal court, but now three police officers face charges in local court.
Quenga and two other officers — Mario Laxamana and David Manila — were indicted in November. All three officers have been charged with multiple counts of kidnapping, felonious restraint and other crimes. Quenga and Manila also are accused of rape.
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