Chris Carillo pleads not guilty to drug charges
by Mindy Aguon
Guam - During his arraignment hearing this morning Christopher Carillo pleaded not guilty to drug possession and importation charges. Carillo was arrested two weeks ago after a search warrant was executed at the Jonestown home he was living in.
Customs agents at the time found more than 500 grams of marijuana. Carillo is now scheduled to appear before the Adult Drug Court on April 9. After his arrest, Carillo was fired as a research analyst at Vice Speaker B.J. Cruz's office. He also resigned as the Democratic Party of Guam's representative on the Guam Election Commission's board of directors.