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More plea agreements for 12 people indicted for drugs

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The US Attorney's Office is continuing to stack up plea agreements amongst the 12 recently indicted in a major drug distribution ring in which meth was being mailed to Guam from the state of Nevada.

The latest defendant to sign a plea deal with the feds is Joshua Moye.

According to court documents after he moved to Guam in 2012, he would pick up drugs at the Agat Post Office for his wife's aunt Corrina Concepcion and would also help her distribute it to people on island.

As we reported Concepcion along with her husband Lawrence are part of the twelve that have been indicted in the case. Moye is scheduled change his plea on Friday.

And Moye isn't the only one in the group to sign a plea deal. Last Friday, Joseph Mansapit signed a plea agreement with the US Attorney's Office confessing that he was part of the drug distribution ring over the last four years.

He was linked to co-defendants David Quinata and Ken Nangauta.

Mansapit shared his knowledge about the drug conspiracy and admitted that drugs were being supplied to his co-defendants from Eder Cortez-Zelaya and Fransico Arias who were in Nevada.

Additionally Mansapit admitted to wiring close to $32,000 to the pair in 2012.

Mansapit is scheduled to change his plea on Thursday.
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