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Men charged for drugs, money laundering

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A federal indictment has been handed down against Eddie Pablo Paulino and Christopher Pablo Paulino.  The two are accused of conspiring to distribute metamphetamine and laundering money.  According to the indictment, between January and November 2008 Christopher Paulino, who lived in California, received more than $10,000 in wire transfers from Henry Salas and Eddie Paulino to purchase 109 grams of the drug Ice and mail it back to Guam. 

Salas recently entered into a plea agreement with the feds and pled guilty to attempted possession with the intent to distribute Ice.  Christopher Pablo Paulino meanwhile was also charged in a separate indictment with importation of meth for allegedly trying to bring 9 grams of Ice into Guam back in February.

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