Thursday, 20 April 2017

GPD makes 5 arrests in meth bust in Inarajan

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A local meth bust by police searching an Inarajan home yesterday resulted in five arrests.

Guam - Guam Police Department Spokesperson Capt. Kim Santos says approximately 20 grams of the drug was located, along with paraphernalia, scales, and material commonly used for distribution.

A magistrate report states that officers found the drugs in the bedroom of 44-year-old Selma Ann Paulino. More drugs and paraphernalia, plus an undisclosed amount of cash was found in the bedroom of 23-year-old George Carlos Flores, who is Paulino’s son. Firearms were located in a vehicle parked outside the Inarajan residence, which was later reported to belong to Paulino’s other son, George Vincent Flores.

51-year-old John Frederick Weakley was taken in for questioning, and court documents state that George Carlos Flores was known to “deal out of the residence and has many visitors throughout the day.”

George Carlos Flores and Selma Paulino were charged with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, and possession with intent to deliver. George Vincent Flores was charged with possession of a firearm without a firearms ID, and possession of an unregistered firearm. Cara Afaisen was arrested for child abuse, illegal possession of crystal meth, guilt established by complicity, and conspiracy. All were booked and confined. John Weakley was charged with illegal possession of crystal meth and guilt established by complicity. He was booked and released.

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