Man charged with possession of a schedule 2 controlled substance, burglary, theft

Guam Police Department

A man faces felony charges after being caught on a security camera allegedly stealing items from a Dededo residence, according to a magistrate’s complaint filed in the Superior Court of Guam.

On March 31, a Dededo resident reported to the Guam Police Department that a few items were missing from his house. He had video surveillance of individuals loading items from his property into a a gray Toyota Highlander.

The victim later called the police saying that he saw that same Toyota Highlander at a Shell gas station.

GPD officers followed the car down Swamp Road in Dededo and noticed it had a license plate registered to a different vehicle, a Toyota Rav4.

Police confronted the driver and passenger, who falsely identified themselves as Jake Riec and Mayreen Aira.

The driver was later identified as Johson Naich, 36, who has multiple convictions.

The passenger, later identified as Myleen Aizawa, was allegedly sitting on a plastic bag that tested positive for methamphetamine, during a field test.

Court documents state that officers learned Naich agreed to help other people steal items from the victim, so he could steal what he wanted for himself and get drugs to sell from said individuals in return.

Naich had lied to the police about not having a criminal record, but according to court documents and confirmed through a quick search online, he has been arrested several times for multiple convictions dating as far back as 2010.

He was arrested and charged with two charges of possession of a schedule II controlled substance with intent to deliver, burglary and theft.