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3 men arrested after drugs, stolen gun found in stolen vehicle

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A driver pulled over for speeding was arrested after he was allegedly found drugs and a stolen gun.

Patrick Castro, Ian Meno and Joey Tedpahago are charged with possession of a scheduled II controlled substance with intent to deliver and drug possession. Castro is also charged with theft by receiving stolen property, possession of a concealed weapon and possession of an unregistered firearm.

Court documents state police stopped the driver for speeding in Agat last Friday. During a search, authorities found a .357 caliber revolver that was reported stolen in 2015. One suspect told officers he recently swapped the gun for cocaine.

The vehicle also was reported stolen last December, and the plates police said, had been switched out. Investigators also found plastic straws with meth, a glass pipe, a digital scale and more.

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