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Man had child on his shoulders during drug bust

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One man is placed under arrest of accused selling the drug, ICE, out of a hotel in Tumon.

Daniel Jude Roberto is charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance with intent to deliver, drug possession, possession of a firearm without a Guam firearm ID and child abuse.

It was during a drug investigation last August when police found a pistol that was linked to the suspect arrested in this case. Authorities learned the suspect was allegedly selling meth from the Grand Plaza Hotel. A controlled buy was set up, and the suspect apparently was making the sell as he held a child on his shoulders.

Police searched his room and found scales and multiple glass pipes. The suspect claimed it was all his. He was taken into custody. Court documents state the suspect had been on felony release for a separate drug case.

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