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35 grams of drugs caught in the mail

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The island's Postal Inspector and Customs officers were able to stop 35 grams of the drug Ice from being sold on Guam's streets. According to court documents, a search warrant was executed on March 22 on an express mail package addressed to "R Johnston" of Barrigada.

Customs dogs alerted to the package that was sent from a Lester Robson in Washington State. Inside, authorities found a padded envelope, various valentine cards, and 35 grams of crystal methampethamine. 

No arrests have been made yet in connection with the case.

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