It appeared to be a major drug bust with an arsenal of firearms recovered back in 2019. 

But according to a magistrate's complaint filed in Superior Court of Guam Today, Ronald Joseph Reyes told police he was just a "small level drug dealer" selling meth. 

Reyes was charged with Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver and nine counts of Possession of a Firearm Without a Valid Firearms Identification Card. 

On Oct. 26, 2019, Guam Police Department officers, along with task force officers from the DEA and ATF executed a warrant at Reyes' ranch and home in Yona. There they recovered 3.5 pounds of suspected meth, more than $33,000 in cash a handgun, two shotguns, a rifle and a large amount of ammunition. Reyes, court documents state, also told officers he hid more firearms by Leo Palace in Yona. Officers were able to locate the weapons, including an AK-47.

According to court documents, Reyes allegedly admitted he was a "small level drug dealer" selling meth and that the drugs and money found in his home was his. He also did not have a valid firearms ID.