Maria Victoria Hernandez Fermin, 51, was charged with possessing and delivering meth, according to a magistrate’s report filed in the Superior Court of Guam Friday.
In February, police received information that Fermin sold meth, so they arranged for a source to purchase the drug from her, the complaint stated.
Police searched Fermin’s apartment and found $3,000 in cash. Officers also recovered several notebooks with handwriting and record keeping indicative of narcotics trafficking, according to court documents.
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Fermin was charged with:
- two counts of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance as a first-degree felony; and
- two counts of possession of a Schedule II substance as a third-degree felony.
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