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Search warrant uncovers "ICE" at Talofofo home

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A search warrant on a Talofofo uncovers the drug "ICE" and other drug paraphernalia.
29-year-old Allen James Lizama Simitara was home when the Mandana Drug Task Force and SWAT came unannounced.
Court documents state authorities had been monitoring the area for over a month before effectuating a raid last Friday.
He reportedly admitted the items were his and that he had been dealing out of the home for the past two months.

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