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Gumataotao due in court

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Ryan Gumataotao is scheduled to appear before federal Magistrate Judge Joaquin Manibusan tomorrow for a plea hearing.

It was in August 2008 a federal complaint was filed against him.

 He has since signed off on a plea agreement.

According to court documents prior to August 2008 Gumataotao participated in a conspiracy with other individuals to distribute the drug ice from San Jose, California to Guam.

The drugs were mailed to him through the postal service and addressed to his home in Sinajana.

In the August 2008 bust he was picked up with 30 grams of the drug ice in his possession.

 Gumataotao is scheduled to appear in federal court at 9:30 tomorrow morning.

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