Reports of hundreds of dollars in cash reported stolen, gas that wasn't paid for, and an attempt to steal a motorcycle have landed two men in prison for their alleged involvement in the separate incidents.
Erik Franklin Fejeran Arceo, 37, was charged with burglary as a second-degree felony, theft of property as a third-degree felony, attempted theft of a motor vehicle as a second-degree felony and possession of a Schedule II controlled substance.
Raymond Sablan Laguana II, 26, was charged with attempted theft of a motor vehicle as a second-degree felony and possession of a Schedule II controlled substance as a third-degree felony.
According to court documents, Arceo allegedly entered a Chalan Pago home on Nov. 18 and stole a purse containing $600 in cash.
Later that evening, the men put nearly $20 worth of gas in their vehicle at a gas station in Harmon before they allegedly took off without paying.
On Tuesday, the suspects were spotted at Alupang Beach Tower allegedly attempting to load a motorcycle into the back of their vehicle.
The pair dropped the bike and fled after a witness spotted them, documents state.
Each of the victims and witnesses described the suspects' vehicle as a Ford Explorer.
Police spotted the vehicle in Sinajana late Tuesday. During a search, officers found a small resealable bag containing suspected methamphetamine and a glass pipe, documents state.
A woman inside the car allegedly told officers that the pipe was used to smoke meth earlier and belonged to Laguana. She said Arceo owned the meth.