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Hotel cleaners find ice pipe, leading to three arrests

Posted: Aug 10, 2018 3:52 PM Updated:

Housekeeping at a Tumon hotel found an apparent ICE pipe with meth residue, multiple sealable plastic baggies, and digital scale inside a hotel room safe. The finding resulting in three people being placed under arrest.

Jarvis Keene Santos Fejeran, Audrey Nicole Taisacan, and Jovan Nicole Bradbury are charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance and drug possession with the intent to distribute. Fejeran and Taisacan are also charged with possession of an unregistered firearm.

Court documents state police were called after the hotel staff found the items in the room. This happening after one of the suspects had already checked out from the room before checking into another. Investigators obtained a search warrant and the following day made the arrest. One of the suspects was caught in the hotel parking lot where authorities apparently found another glass pipe with meth residue.

Police also searched the suspect's car where they found two more glass pipes, a .25 caliber pistol and an unexpended round.

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