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Criminal trial setting delayed in undercover Spice case

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two men who were arrested in connection with an undercover Spice operation will have to appear back in court next month to find out when their cases will go to trial.

Chris Tipingeni and Gandova Selet are accused of possessing and distributing the illegal marijuana-like substance. As we reported police executed search warrants for the two men at the Hemlani Apartments where undercover officers had purchased the Spice before.  Selet and Tipingeni pleaded not guilty to the charges and a criminal trial setting is scheduled for March 18.

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