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Two people are under arrest following a police investigation that started earlier this month.
Justin Jay Lujan, 43, of Merizo is charged with 2 counts of Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controled Substance and Distribution of a Schedule II Substance. Peter John Chargualaf, 27, is Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, Possession of a Schedule II Substance with intent to distribute and Conspiracy to distribute a schedule II controlled substance.
The Mandana Drug Task Force, SWAT, K9 and CSI executed a search warrant at two homes in Merizo and made the arrest.

Lujan and Chargualaf were both Booked and Confined

The newest inductee into #KUAM's #CultureClub is 21-year old musician, Chamorro Studies major, & advocate Joe Garrido. Garrido wanted to learn the language so he could converse with his parents & grandmother. Learn more about him tonight on KUAM Extra at 6:30.

Government witness Randall Fulcher testifies in Day 6 of trial for accused murderer, Allan Agababa.
Fulcher recalls the defendant visiting his house in August 2013 stating he had just killed his mother, Shelly Bernstein.
Agababa had with him a bag of clothes and rubber gloves as well as a bag with a gun, which Fulcher says was still warm.
Fulcher is currently being cross-examined by defense counsel.

Team Guam dropped their first game to Chinese Taipei at the Asian Indoor Games 3 on 3 tournament in Turkmenistan. Guam lost 13-10 to Chinese Taipei and they look to redeem themselves Thursday when they take on Thailand. Guam's women's team will also take to the court Thursday in Turkmenistan. The basketballers are part of a multi sport Guam contingent competing at the Asian Indoor Games, with local athletes representing wrestling and weightlifting among other sports.

Prisoners Caught with Contraband Enter Not Guilty Plea

Two inmates caught with contraband on separate occasions earlier this month pleaded not guilty in Superior Court today.

DepCor inmate Vimson Menisio is charged with promotion of major prison contraband after a cell phone fell out of his pants while officers where transporting him between two different posts within the prison.
Eric Roy DeCastro is facing a similar charge after officers found a cell phone in the louver of his post 6 cell.
Menisio waived his rights to a speedy trial and will return to court on September 28. DeCastro asserted his rights to a speedy trial and is scheduled to be back in court on October 3.

Inmates accused in contraband bust to be arraigned next month

Two Department of Corrections inmates accused in an elaborate scheme to smuggle contraband into the prison were scheduled for arraignment today, but will have to wait until next month before they can enter a plea to the charges filed against them.

Shawn Paul Johnson and Bruno Simmons have been indicted along with several corrections officers on numerous charges to include conspiracy to deliver a schedule II controlled substance, promotion of major prison contraband, and conspiracy to give bribes.
Simmons made his first appearance in court via video conference from the Agana Detention Facilty today. Judge Alberto Tolentino appointed the alternate public defender to represent him. Johnson, who is being held at the Mangilao compound, was not in court so his hearing has been continued.
The pair were caught twice in recent weeks with cell phones and drugs in their Post 6 cell blocks. Authorities again found an array of contraband in Simmons cell Tuesday night including a SIM card, a razor blade and empty straws with white residue suspected to be the drug, ICE.

The pair are scheduled to return to court to answer to the charges on October 4.

SWAT officers are responding to a possible standoff situation. Check out our story for live coverage and watch as @sabrinasalasmatanane talks to neighbors about what's going on: https://www.facebook.com/kuamnews/videos/10155174657108742/

A search warrant executed at a Malojloj home early Tuesday resulted in police arresting two people. Police showed up to the home around 6 am today, and found approximately 23 grams of crystal methamphetamines, 2 ounces of Marijuana and approximately $9,632 in cash. Joshua James Taimanglo, 28, is charged with Illegal Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Substance, Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, and Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance with intent to deliver. Erica Sanchez Quianio, 29, is charged Child Abuse, and Guilt Established by Complicity. Quianio was booked and released, while Taimanglo was booked and confined.

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INSIDE DOC: Prison leaders give brief on how they plan to stop contraband from entering the facility. Also, negative findings after Customs K-9 units inspect the Post 5 housing unit. Plus, a rare experience after we sit down and have lunch with a few of the inmates. Tune in tonight to learn more or catch the replay of our live stream on Facebook.

A motorcyclist involved in a serious crash in Yigo Monday night has died.

Today on #servingamerica we feature two local men serving in the military.
U.S. Air Force Airman Derrick L. Royster Jr. graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Royster is the son of Mary Royster and Derrick Royster Sr of Dededo, Guam. He is also the brother of Alfredo, Antione, Derek, Rufina, and Carmelita Royster and husband of Reanna Royster.

The airman graduated in 2017 from Simon Sanchez High School, Yigo, Guam.

In the second picture, SPC Eay, Roy is reunited with family and friends. He was part of the 368th Military Police Company Detachment 6, Guam Army Reserve, who arrived on September 10th at the AB Won Pat International Airport.
A total of 18 Soldiers were deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom also in support of Military Commissions, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Among the 18 soldiers, 8 were from the island of Guam, the others were cross leveled into the detachment from Hawaii, California and Korea.

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