by Nick Delgado
Guam - A joint task force comprised of Guam Police, Customs, and Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents raided an Agat residence this week after learning individuals in the home had a firearm believed was used in some of the recent robberies throughout the island. According to court documents, authorities learned the firearm was exchanged for money and crystal methamphetamine. Police entered the home and recovered a Para Ordnance Handgun caliber, several drug paraphernalia with Ice residue and a backpack containing ammunition.
Henry Mantanona Santos, 26, and Michael Joaquin Torre, 27, were booked and confined on charges of possession of a firearm without an identification card as a 3rd degree felony and possession of a scheduled II controlled substance as a 3rd degree felony. The pair remains behind bars on $10,000 cash bail.