Guam – An expired license plate tag has led to the arrest of two individuals in possession of meth and marijuana.
Approximately 32 grams of marijuana, a ziploc bag of methamphetamine and an improvised plastic bottle pipe with black and brown marijuana residue were discovered on Edward B. Manahan.
Manahan was the passenger in the vehicle driven by Dylan Fejerang.
According to court document the two men were motoring in Mangilao when officers noticed expired registration tags on the license plate.
When police officers attempted to pull the vehicle over, the front passenger’s door was seen opening and closing quickly. Officers allegedly recovered a small ziploc bag with ice in the area Manahan was seen opening the car door.
Police say that Manahan admitted to owning the illegal substances and drug paraphernalia.
Fejerang was charged with Fraudulent use of a license plate, possession of an open container in a motor vehicle, and no valid driver’s license.
Manahan was charged with illegal possession of a scheduled two controlled substance, illegal possession of a scheduled one controlled substance, drinking in a motor vehicle and possession of an open container in a motor vehicle.
They were booked and confined.