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Discovery of meth lands Agana Heights man in jail

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Benny Chargualaf didn't expect to end up in jail when he called police to remove a man from his home.  The 31-year-old told police a man had come to his residence demanding payment of money owed to him. 

Chargualaf told police the man had drugs in his possession and left when officers arrived.  The man was located and found with nothing illegal and admitted that he was seeking the repayment of $300 from Chargualaf. Officers returned to Chargualaf's Agana Heights residence where they found packets of crystal methamphetamine and a glass pipe in his possession.

He was arrested for possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance.

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