A man with outstanding warrants in Hawaii and locally was arrested. On Dec. 27, Frederico Santos Manglona, Jr.'s Volvo was pulled over by Guam Police Department officers for a defective brake light.

Approaching the vehicle, the strong smell of marijuana was imminent. According to court documents. Manglona had no operator's license. Officers spotted a clear, blue-lined plastic straw containing a white powdery substance protruding from a black bag. A subsequent search revealed four small Ziplock baggies
all containing a crystal-like substance suspected to be meth. In the center console, an officer found a clear glass pipe with a frosted bulbous end. The suspected substances tested presumptive positive for meth.

Officers also retrieved $3,300 in cash and approximately 30 empty resealable plastic baggies.

Manglona was charged with possession with the intent to deliver a scheduled II controlled substance, possession of a scheduled II controlled substance, and operating a motor vehicle with no driver's license. He was booked and confined.