Cocaine bust in Inarajan leads to arrest of five - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Cocaine bust in Inarajan leads to arrest of five

Cocaine bust in Inarajan leads to arrest of five

Posted: May 18, 2018 9:36 AM Updated:

Five people are placed under arrest after a major cocaine bust in Inarajan on Thursday. GPD’s Mandana Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at the home down south finding 35 pounds of cocaine, which is street valued at $400,000. Authorities had been tipped off about suspected illegal drug activity at the home when they made the arrests.

- Robert John Afaisen, 45, is charged with Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance and Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance with the Intent to Distribute.

- Jonathan Meno Manglona, 35, is charged with Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance.

- John Acfalle Tainatongo, 47, is charged with Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance and Hindering Apprehension.

- Monica Anne Quinata, 41, is charged with Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance.

- George Carlos Paulino Flores, 24, is charged with Illegal Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance and Violation of a Court Order.

Police also found the drug, ICE, during the raid. Authorities say this is the largest drug seizure of its kind within the history of the Guam Police Department.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Be wary of crab from Venezuela

    Be wary of crab from Venezuela

    Think twice before eating that Crab. The FDA is advising consumers to avoid eating fresh crab meat from Venezuela, after reports of contamination of vibro parahaemolyticus. Michelle Lastimoza Environmental Public Health Officers says DPH has issued a warnMore >>
    Think twice before eating that Crab. The FDA is advising consumers to avoid eating fresh crab meat from Venezuela, after reports of contamination of vibro parahaemolyticus. Michelle Lastimoza Environmental Public Health Officers says DPH has issued a warnMore >>
  • 37 years of commitment to defend liberty for the Guam National Guard

    37 years of commitment to defend liberty for the Guam National Guard

    It's not only the 74th Liberation celebration for the island. The Guam National Guard is also celebrating 37 years of commitment to the territory. It was back in 1981 that the Guam National Guard first came into creation. With only 25 soldiers and 8 airmeMore >>
    It's not only the 74th Liberation celebration for the island. The Guam National Guard is also celebrating 37 years of commitment to the territory. It was back in 1981 that the Guam National Guard first came into creation. With only 25 soldiers and 8 airmeMore >>
  • New law allows students to self-administer medication

    New law allows students to self-administer medication

    A new law signed by Governor Eddie Calvo allows families to authorize someone other than a school nurse to administer medicine to a student. Senator Mary Torres sponsored the student health services act. She was inspired by the story of Evie Young, whose More >>
    A new law signed by Governor Eddie Calvo allows families to authorize someone other than a school nurse to administer medicine to a student. Senator Mary Torres sponsored the student health services act. She was inspired by the story of Evie Young, whose More >>
Powered by Frankly