According to a magistrate’s report, 59-year-old Melvin Concepcion allegedly said he was doing a rent-to-own program with a car that had been reported missing since July 23 of last year.
The report adds that on Wednesday, the Guam Police Department came across a car with an expired registration. One of the officers remembered the car being reported as missing and followed it to the gas station.
Upon police inspection, officers found a glass pipe with suspected methamphetamine residue which tested positive.
Court documents say that on July 23, 2022, the male victim walked into the Tumon-Tamuning precinct with evidence claiming that Concepcion did not return the rental car.
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