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Chief judge accepts Yona couple's guilty plea

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - District Court Chief Judge Frances Tydingco Gatewood has accepted the guilty pleas entered by John and Mae Ann Cruz. The Yona couple, in June, were indicted on multiple drug possession and firearm charges. The couple conspired to distribute crystal methamphetamine and did so on several occasions while armed with a firearm. 

Their home along Ramon Baza Street in Yona was forfeited as part of the case. John and Mae Ann are scheduled to appear before the chief judge for a status hearing on November 9, with sentencing to be scheduled at a later date.

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