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Couple sentenced to 51 months

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A couple that was caught smuggling more than one thousand grams of the drug Ice concealed in a bra and the soles of their shoes were sentenced to 51 months behind bars.  Kalidhassan Magalingam and Kaali Chellathura pleaded guilty and cooperated with federal authorities.

The couple, citizens of Malaysia, say they were offered $8,000 to travel to Hong Kong and were given a bra and shoes to wear to Guam and deliver to an unknown person on Guam.  They were detained when they were found in possession of the drugs. 

They were sentenced to four years and three months behind bars and upon release will be placed on supervised release for two years.

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