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Man eludes cops, then crashes motorcycle

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Guam - A man who tried to escape police while carrying a gun and drugs ended up wrecking his motorcycle and crashing into the jungle.  Jeremiah Santos Isezaki was arrested by police earlier this week after leading police on a high speed chase.  

According to the magistrate's complaint, a police officer tried to conduct a traffic stop when he noticed Isezaki's rear lights on his motorcycle were out.  A chase ensued and Isekaki was able to get away.  

 

Police began conducting a search on foot and found that he wrecked his motorcycle in the jungle. Officers found a backpack nearby that contained a gun wrapped in a blue towel and a packet of crystal methamphetamine.  He was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm without an identification card, possession of a schedule II controlled substance, eluding a police officer and reckless conduct.

 

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