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Sardoma signs plea in federal drug case

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - 42-year-old Janet Sardoma faces a maximum sentence of 20 years behind bars and a million-dollar fine for conspiracy to distribute crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride. She is accused of being involved with others in a scheme to distribute approximately 1.8 grams of the drug ice.

According to the plea agreement filed with the District Court, Sardoma's husband, Ken P. Mad has been selling the drug since November 2008 that he received from Mario Champaco in Tacoma, Washington.  Court documents state that mad would give the proceeds of his drug trafficking to his wife, who then wired the amount owed for the drugs. 

Sardoma has agreed to cooperate with the feds in exchange for a lesser sentence.  She is scheduled to appear in court on January 20.

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