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Obak enters plea agreement in drug case

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Another individual has pled guilty in a drug case involving a now terminated customs officer.

Frederick Obak joins Amos Ueda in signing a plea agreement with the feds. The two along with Jayvin Ueda Remoket were indicted last month for conspiracy to distribute crystal meth.

Obak admits that there were two packages containing drugs that were being sent from Washington State to two local businesses that he along with his co-defendant Ueda were to receive. Obak also told the feds that he contacted Remoket, who was working for Guam Customs and Quarantine at the time, to inform him if law enforcement intercepted the packages. In exchange for the information Obak said he provided Remoket drugs to smoke.  Both Obak and Ueda in their plea agreements admitted that Remoket did tip them off via text messages to not to sign off on the packages because they were intercepted by law enforcement. He also allegedly instructed them to delete the messages. Obak is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow morning.

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