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6 arrested in Swamp Road drug bust

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A drug bust Thursday at a home on Swamp Road in Dededo resulted in 6 arrests. 

After officers from the Guam Police Department executed a search warrant and found drugs, including the drug Ice ; marijuana; oxycodone pills; hydrocodone pills, drug paraphernalia; drug packaging materials; digital scales; a hand gun and U.S. currency.
Five individuals were arrested, booked, and confined : 

- 45 year old, Gina Demapan for Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Control Substance; Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Control Substance with the Intent to Distribute; Illegal Possession of a firearm with no valid firearms Identification.
-Benjamin Joel Borja for Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Control Substance 
-Tu Thaht Pham for Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Control Substance 
-Randy Gascon Jusi for Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Control Substance 
-Elaqine Marie Cruz for Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Control Substance 

Additionally, Iesha Lennei Demapan was arrested for Illegal Possession of a Schedule I Control Substance.  She was booked and released.

GPD encourages the public to report any suspicious activity to 472-8911 or Guam Crime stoppers at 477-HELP.

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