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Former Customs officer enters plea agreement

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Former Guam Customs officer Jayvin Remoket has entered a plea agreement with the feds. He along with Frederick Obak and Amos Ueda were indicted on drug charges last month.  Remoket confessed that as a member of Customs Enforcement Team which assists in the execution of federal search warrants by federal and local law enforcement officers he agreed to warn Obak of law enforcement activities involving him. Remoket admitted to two incidents in which he sent text messages to warn his co-defendants about packages that were being tracked by the feds for drugs. In total both packages contained over 2,500 gross grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride.
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