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Two arrested for drugs after gunfire in Mangilao

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A report of gunfire in Mangilao leads to two people being placed under arrest.

Devin Santos and Snyder Nestor are charged with possession of a firearm without a Guam firearms ID and possession of a schedule II controlled substance. Court documents state the suspects tried to take off following the alleged incident, but it wasn't long before they were surrounded by police. The two denied owning a firearm. During a search, police found a glass pipe with meth residue. Documents state Santos is a convicted felon and is not allowed to have a firearms ID. He was also arrested earlier this year for a separate drug possession case. The second suspect, Nestor, is accused of trying to take off on foot before being caught. He later told authorities that he knew everything that happened and would only talk to police if could guarantee his release. Both were taken into custody.

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