Man admits he sold ice to support his drug habit

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Frank Calvo Jr. allegedly admits to selling "ice" to support his drug habit.

A raid of Franklin Calvo’s residence produced two grams of ice and a digital scale.

Guam – Information from a confidential source led to the police raid and arrest of Franklin Joseph Calvo Jr.

Calvo’s home was raided by the Mandana Drug Task Force and the Guam Police Departments SWAT team last Thursday. A tip was received that Calvo was selling ice from his Toto home. According to Court documents, officers recovered two small baggies containing nearly two grams of ice, a digital scale, and a black pouch with the word “KingIce” printed on it.

Calvo allegedly admitted to being a drug user and that he would sell ice to support his habit. This is not Calvo’s first run in with the law; he is awaiting sentencing in another case involving ice.

He has been charged with possession of a scheduled ii controlled substance and a special allegation of a felony committed while on pre-trial felony release.

SOURCEJolene Toves
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Jolene Toves
Jolene joined the PNC team in 2017, as a producer, co-anchor and investigative reporter covering law enforcement, courts and crimes. Notable coverage includes the Ehlert case, the Mark Torre Jr. trial, the Allan Agababa trial, exclusive pieces on the Life of a Drug Dealer/Addict, and Life behind bars...the story of Honofre Chargualaf and Kevin Cruz. In 2019, she was promoted to Assistant News Director and Lead Anchor. From 2015 to 2017 she served as Public Relations and Promotions Manager, for the Hotel Nikko Guam handling local radio and advertorial promotions, as well as produced and directed tv commercials for the hotel. Prior to this she worked with KUAM for three years as a reporter and segment host. She began her journalism career in 2012, working with Glimpses of Guam contributing to the Guam Business Magazine, R&R magazine, MDM magazine and the Marianas Business Journal.