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Indictment is largest drug bust in months

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A federal indictment was handed down against Roland Anthony Nauta and Daniel James Acfalle. The two were caught by the feds during a sting operation, picking up a package sent in the mail containing 337 grams of crystal meth - worth a quarter of a million dollars. 

Customs and federal agents seized the package at the post office and replaced it with a tracking device.  Nauta and Acfalle realized they were being watched and tried to burn the package in a BBQ pit.  The two have been charged with conspiracy to distribute methampethamine, attempted possession with the intent to distribute and carrying a firearm during a drug trafficking crime.

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