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Agents confiscate more than a dozen packages with drugs

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District Court of Guam files show a substance postive for methamphetamine weighing 453 grams. The substance was mailed to Guam and confiscated. District Court of Guam files show a substance postive for methamphetamine weighing 453 grams. The substance was mailed to Guam and confiscated.

Federal court filings detail findings from over a dozen packages intercepted by federal agents last year. The packages were en route to addresses all over island, from Yigo to Talofofo, as well as one heading to Saipan.

The biggest bust was 453 grams of a white crystalline substance that tested positive for methamphetamine. That package was being shipped from Arizona to a post office box in Yigo.

Court filings detail other findings including marijuana and butane honey oil.

No word yet on if any individuals have been charged in connection to these search warrants.

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