by Nick Delgado
Guam - Two people charged in a major drug trafficking scheme were sentenced to serve some serious prison time. Henry Fresnoza received the mandatory minimum of 20 years behind bars.
He was convicted of conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and importing the drug to Guam. He along with Gina Medina and Rodean Villa were all charged in relation to a six-year federal investigation.
Villa was sentenced to 235 months or 19 years and six months behind bars while medina's sentencing was continued until October 29.
Medina admitted to conspiring to bring in large quantities of the drug Ice from the Philippines and selling it here on Guam.