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Federal grand jury indicts man for drugs

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A man who conspired to bring in hundreds of grams of crystal methamphetamine hidden in snow globes in the mail was indicted by a federal grand jury.  Paul Nelson Perez faces charges of attempted possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, conspiracy and forfeiture. 

Court documents state that Perez received four snow globes containing the drug Ice from California between March and April of this year. Federal prosecutors allege that Perez sent $45,000 in cash in two separate parcels to an address in California to pay for the drugs. One snow globe contained 467 grams of Ice in a package addressed to Perez's dog, Haylee.

The feds are also looking to have $18,000 they found at his residence forfeited as they believe they are proceeds of illegal activity.

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