Five separate complaints all have one common factor: drug possession. 

In the first complaint, Myrna Sisi Aguon, 50, is charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance as a third-degree felony. 

Court documents state patrolling officers saw a Nissan Truck Sunday afternoon failing to make a complete stop at a stop sign in Yona. 

Officers noted Aguon was showing signs of suspected drug-use and a search allegedly found a pouch containing a small resealable baggy and an ID with a white substance stuck to it. 

The second complaint states 40-year-old Daryll Paul Benavente is charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance as a third-degree felony. 

Early Sunday morning, officers observed Benavente parked along East Buena Vista Ave in Dededo. 

He was then identified as an alleged suspect in a separate open investigation. A resealable baggy was also allegedly found on Benavente. 

Another magistrate complaint states a man was driving with expired registration tags. 

Shane Vincent Pangelinan, 35, is charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance as a third-degree felony. 

He was allegedly shaking nonstop during a Sunday afternoon traffic stop and various drug-related items were in clear view inside the car. 

Separately, 22-year-old Jeremiah Jerome Peredo is charged with two counts of theft of a motor vehicle as a second-degree felony and possession of a schedule II controlled substance as a third-degree felony. 

Court documents state officers found a match for a previously stolen car. 

Peredo allegedly admitted to stealing two cars, one in May and another in June, and had resealable baggy, shell casings, and a glass pipe. 

In the last magistrate complaint, a caller from Crust Pizzeria reported suspected drug-use in the bathroom Monday night. 

John Anthony Salas, 34, is charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance as a third-degree felony. 

Court documents state Salas allegedly led officers to the stall where the drugs were and grew erratic after further questioning.