One of the suspects was identified as a convicted sex offender.
Guam – A routine traffic stop for failing to stop at a stop sign led police to the discovery of a .22 caliber hand gun and drugs.
According to court documents, on July 27, police observed a vehicle failing to come to a complete stop at a stop sign. Two occupants were seen in the vehicle and were identified as Brandon Cal Cruz and Joseph Anthony Calara, a convicted level two sex offender.
Neither men were able to produce any identification or driver’s licenses and the vehicle did not belong to either occupant, a magistrate report states.
A magistrate report says Cruz allowed police officers to search the vehicle at which time officers discovered a .22 caliber Smith and Wesson hand gun with a chambered round and six additional rounds in the magazine under the passenger’s seat. Officers also searched Calara where they found .22 caliber ammunition and a small bag of crystal methamphetamine inside of his hat.
Calara is charged with possession of a scheduled two controlled substance and possession of a firearm without a Guam Firearms identification.
The magistrate report did not list any charges for Cruz.