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Man caught with Ice on inbound flight

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Mateo Sardoma, Jr. is behind bars after he was caught carrying crystal methamphetamine on a flight to Guam.  Customs and Quarantine officers made the arrest on Wednesday after finding Sardoma with the drug Ice and a glass pipe. Customs officials aren't disclosing the amount of drugs that were seized.

This isn't the first time Sardoma's been accused of bringing drugs to the island.  The feds are already going after more than $20,000 in cash that they believe are proceeds of the distribution and importation of Ice. Sardoma and his girlfriend, Maria Edrosa, were found in possession of the cash when they landed in Hawaii back in January.

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