by Krystal Paco
Guam - Gandova Selet and Chris Tippingeni were back in court today but they'll have to return next month to find out when they'll go to trial. The two as we reported were arrested as a result of an undercover Spice operation in Harmon. Selet and Tipingeni are accused of possessing and distributing the illegal drug.
The two have pleaded not guilty to the charges. They'll appear back in court on April 29.
The Legislative Ethics Committee has dismissed the complaint against Senator Fernando Esteves, and says it considers the matter closed. Resident Barry Mead filed the complaint against Esteves for his role in a protest earlier this year against the live fire training range at Andersen Air Force Base's Northwest Field.More >>
Guam's jungles are often said to be silent, as brown tree snakes kill off our native birds. Visiting and local students attended GCC's first annual Marianas Terrestrial Conservation Conference to speak up about their eco-preservation projects.More >>