Guam – A convict and two other individuals are behind bars after a tip led police to the Dededo home where drugs were being sold.
Earlier today, police searched a residence in Dededo where guns, drugs and money where found. According to court documents at the location a male individual identified as Peter Aldan Castro was seen sitting outside the residence with a container containing plastic baggies of methamphetamine. Police say that Castro allegedly admitted that the ice belonged to him and that he had received it from convicted felon Joaquin Aldan Taitano. Court documents state that Castro also admitted that he had been selling ice for several weeks to support his habit and that Taitano “fronted” the meth to him under the promise that he would make payments later.
Taitano was located inside the residence, police say he was in possession of a heat modified glass pipe with ice residue.
A search of the home revealed several more gram of methamphetamine, over $2,500 dollars in cash, drug paraphernalia and two hand guns. Court documents state that one was identified a a Glock 41. 45 Caliber semi automatic pistol allegedly stole on June 16, 2016.
As police searched the home, a Toyota Camry pulled up to the residence, the operator was identified as Clayton Aldan Taitano. Police say Clayton allegedly had 1.4 grams of methamphetamine and a heat modified glass pipe in his possession.
All three men were charged with possession of a scheduled two controlled substance and possession with the intent to distribute.
Joaquin Taitano and Peter Aldan were additionally charged with conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance. Joaquin is also facing two counts of possession of a firearm without a firearms identification and two counts of possession of an unregistered firearm.