HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — Thirty-four pounds of methamphetamine and 7 pounds of marijuana were found during federal search warrants executed on multiple packages mailed to Guam over the past five months.
More than 20 search warrants were filed in the District Court of Guam on Tuesday.
Court documents state that the separate drug investigations were conducted between Nov. 2, 2020 and April 28 of this year.
The packages were addressed to multiple locations and recipients on the island, and were mailed out from several states including California, Nevada and Texas.
The names of the sender and the recipients were withheld because they have not been charged.
Here’s the list of search warrants executed by U.S. postal inspectors:
1) On Nov. 2, 2020 – Investigators found two Hallmark cards, carbon paper, mesh tape, two vacuum-sealed bags, and 77 gross grams of meth. The package was sent from Conroe, Texas to a Hagåtña post office box.
2) On Nov. 10, 2020 – Investigators found tin foil, blue saran wrap, clear vacuum seal bags, nine black plastic cans, assorted candies, various packaging material, Quaker oats meal bag, 456 gross grams of meth, and 225 gross grams of marijuana. The package was sent from Sacramento, California to Banalo Court in Yigo.
3) On Nov. 10, 2020 – Investigators found 296 gross grams of marijuana and other items from California to Yigo.
4) On Nov. 12, 2020 – Investigators found 1,787 gross grams of meth, nutrition bars, two protein containers, vacuum-sealed bags, and black duct tape. The package was sent from Los Angeles to an address on Dairy Road in Mangilao.
5) On Jan. 12 – Investigators found vehicle registration documents and keys to a GMC truck at the Hagåtña Post Office.
6) On Jan. 12 – Investigators found a Samsung cellphone at the Hagåtña Post Office. Court documents state data on the