A woman gets arrested during a traffic stop in Mongmong after Guam Police Department officers find drugs and a gun in her possession, according to a magistrate’s complaint filed in the Superior Court of Guam.
Raylyn Crystal Brub, 45, was arrested after being found with a gun and baggies of controlled substances inside her car.
On April 13, Guam Police Department officers conducted a traffic stop at J.A. Camacho street in Mongmong after seeing a 2012 Kia Forte with no front license plate.
According to Court Documents, Brub was driving the vehicle. Inside, officers saw a clear glass pipe that later tested positive for methamphetamine residue, a black pelican case and over $1,700 in cash.
When asked about the pelican case, she allegedly said she had a gun inside, while denying the possession of a firearms ID. Court Documents further state there was a 9mm pistol inside.
After searching her, police also found a black pouch that contained plastic bags filled with crystalline and powdery substances, a heat-sealed plastic straw, a bevel cut and a digital scale.
Brub was charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver a schedule II controlled substance and possession of a firearm without a firearms ID.