by Mindy Aguon
Guam - A woman has admitted to the feds that she sent crystal methamphetamine from California to her brother and sister in law in Guam. Antoinette Elatico Parr will plead guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine hydrocholoride.
According to the plea agreement, in 2011 Parr was paid to send the drugs in envelopes addressed to her deceased brother and sent to Guam. Upon arrival David Taimanglo Quichocho and his wife would pick up the letters and wire her money for doing so. Parr has agreed to cooperate with federal authorities and understands that the maximum sentence for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine is not more than 20 years behind bars.