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Ebio detained following drug buy-busts

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Richard Paul Ebio is behind bars after selling crystal meth to an undercover Naval Criminal Investigative Service agent on several occasions. According to the complaint filed in the District Court, Ebio met with the undercover agent three times, beginning in October.

On two occasions the controlled drug buys were made in the parking lot of the Naval Base Guam Pass and ID Office.  Ebio allegedly sold more than 10 grams of the Ice to the agent.  He was arrested during a buy-bust at the Bayview Church in Mongmong on Monday. Ebio said he acquired the crystal meth for $500 dollars a gram and intended to double the money. 

A detention hearing will be held on December 22.

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