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  • United States Attorney’s Office Recognizes Women’s History Month by Honoring the Districts’ First Female U.S Attorney and AUSA
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, in honor of #WomensHistoryMonth, recognizes the contributions of two former attorneys at the United States Attorney’s Office.           Alicia A.G. Limtiaco, born and raised in Guam, became the first female U.S. Attorney for Guam and the NMI.  She served from June 21, 2010 to March 10, 2017.   Ms. Limtiaco previously served as the first female Attorney General of Guam and served in that office from January 3, 2007 to June 21, 2010.  She completed undergraduate studies at the University of Southern California, then earned her Juris Doctorate at UCLA School of Law.  Ms. Limtiaco is a Distinguished Fellow with the Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT) and an International Fellow with the Ho’omaluhia Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute – Hawai’i Pacific, and serves as a trainer at their international summits.  She is also a legal specialist on contract to the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney for Hawai’i County working in the area of domestic violence and sexual assault.           Ellen A. Lockwood was the first female Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Guam office.  She was sworn in on June 8, 1987.  On July 29, 1989, Ellen transferred as an AUSA to the Western District of Texas.  She currently works in private practice and as an adjunct professor at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio.  She is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center. ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2019-03-28
    3 weeks ago
  • Defendants Sentenced to 15 Years in Federal Prison in NMI’s First Meth Manufacturing Case
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands announced that defendants VINCENT DAVID CABRERA, JR. a/k/a “Bong,” 40, and EUGENE BLAS REPEKI, JR., a/k/a “Uncle,” 40, were each sentenced to 180-month terms of imprisonment for Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine.           The investigation revealed that from July 1, 2017, through February 25, 2018, Cabrera and Repeki, along with others, purchased pseudoephedrine, a precursor ingredient of methamphetamine, from local pharmacies.  The men then used the substance to make over fifty grams of pure methamphetamine through the extremely dangerous and volatile “shake and bake” (or “one pot”) method.  During sentencing on March 15, 2019, Chief U.S. District Judge Ramona V. Manglona found that both Cabrera and Repeki were leaders of the conspiracy.  She also determined that their actions had caused a significant risk to human life.           United States Attorney Anderson stated, “The Department of Justice will not allow the CNMI to become a safe haven for the manufacture of illicit drugs.  As this case demonstrates, the production of methamphetamine is not only dangerous, but can result in a substantial term in federal prison.  I applaud the work of DEA and our local partners in combating this activity.”           The investigation was conducted by the Drug Enforcement Administration, with the assistance of task force officers from the CNMI Department of Public Safety and the CNMI Division of Customs.  The case was prosecuted by Garth R. Backe, Assistant United States Attorney for the District of ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2019-03-26
    3 weeks ago
  • Gregorio Blas Cruz Jr. Sentenced to Prison in Drug Case
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant Gregorio Blas Cruz, Jr., age 50, originally from Mongmong, Guam, was sentenced on February 13, 2019, in two cases involving Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine Hydrochloride, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1).  The District Court sentenced Cruz to concurrent 70-month terms of imprisonment, to be followed by three years of supervised release.  The Court also ordered Cruz to pay a mandatory $200 assessment fee.  In addition, defendants who are convicted of a federal drug offense may no longer qualify for certain federal benefits.           On July 8, 2015, Cruz pled guilty to possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute, in a case involving approximately 33 grams of ice and the seizure of $3,390 in U.S. currency.   On April 21, 2016, while on pretrial release for that case, Cruz was arrested again for a similar offense.  His second case involved 292 grams of methamphetamine and the seizure of over $1,000 in U.S. currency.  Cruz had prior convictions in the Superior Court of Guam for family violence, theft and drugs.           The government requested a significant downward departure in Cruz’s sentence due to his providing law enforcement with information that resulted in the seizure of approximately ten pounds of methamphetamine.  A DEA Task Force Officer from the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Office, testified at sentencing that the street value of the ten pounds of methamphetamine was over two million dollars.  Due ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2019-02-13
    2 months ago
  • Sasha Sun Sentenced to 12 Months Imprisonment for Harboring Illegal Aliens
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant Sasha Sun, age 48, from Tumon, Guam, was sentenced in the District Court of Guam to 12 months imprisonment for Harboring Illegal Aliens. The Court also ordered Sun to be placed on three years of supervised release following Sun’s release from custody and to pay a mandatory $100.00 special assessment fee.  Additionally, the Court ordered the forfeiture of Sun’s San Vitores Village condominium and $74,794.00 in U.S. currency.           Homeland Security Investigations’ undercover operation revealed that Sun, the owner of the Joy Luck Club in Tumon, illegally employed three female aliens from Taiwan. The aliens entered Guam as tourists under the Visa Waiver Program, a program that grants entry of certain aliens into Guam for 45 days. Those entering under the program are prohibited from working while on island. However, Sun employed the female aliens as hostesses, selling $20 drinks to men who patronized the business. Sun paid the aliens $10.00 for every drink they sold.           U.S. Attorney Anderson stated, “Those who recruit and harbor aliens for unlawful employment on Guam will face criminal prosecution and the potential forfeiture of assets related to their crimes. In this case, Sun also used her condominium to house the aliens who were illegally working.  In addition, the money found in her condominium was illegal proceeds from the unlawful harboring of those aliens. The U.S. Attorney’s Office is committed to aggressively prosecuting these ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2019-02-12
    2 months ago
  • Alfred Larioza Malit, Jr. Sentenced to Federal Prison for Drug Trafficking Crime
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant ALFRED LARIOZA MALIT, JR., age 36, from Sinajana, was sentenced in District Court to a term of 87 months imprisonment for attempted possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, in violation of 21 U.S.C. §§ 841(a)(1) and 846. The Court also ordered three years of supervised release following Malit’s term of imprisonment, 50 hours of community service, and payment of a mandatory $100.00 special assessment fee. Additionally, defendants convicted of a federal drug offense may no longer qualify for certain federal benefits.           During a routine inspection of DHL parcels by the Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency (GCQA), officers discovered methamphetamine hidden inside speakers within a package. Law enforcement then conducted a controlled delivery of the package. Malit, along with Glenn Felix, claimed the package at the DHL office. Malit was arrested in his vehicle upon indication that the package had been opened. Laboratory analysis determined that the substance contained 345.9 gross net grams of methamphetamine with a purity level of at least 98%.           The investigation was conducted by the Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Investigations and Guam Customs & Quarantine Agency. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and the Drug Enforcement Administration also assisted in the control delivery. The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Rosetta San Nicolas. ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-11-28
    5 months ago
  • Dolores Diana M.B. Westfall Sentenced to Prison in Drug Trafficking Case
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant DOLORES DIANA M.B. WESTFALL, age 37, from Yona, was sentenced in District Court to serve a 77-month term of imprisonment for Attempted Possession with Intent to Distribute Fifty Grams or More of Methamphetamine, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1). The Court also ordered five years of supervised release following imprisonment and a mandatory $100 assessment fee. In addition, defendants convicted of a federal drug offense may no longer qualify for certain federal benefits.              On July 27, 2017, the U.S. Postal Inspector, agents and task force officers with Drug Enforcement Administration intercepted a package in the mail. They discovered approximately 222.6 net grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride (“ice”) in the package. Westfall was also in possession of a methamphetamine pipe and a small Ziploc baggie. The evidence revealed that Westfall attempted to possess the drug with the intent to distribute it to another person.  Westfall used her post office box to receive the ice. She expected to receive some of the drug as payment from the supplier.           U.S. Attorney Anderson stated, “I applaud law enforcement for their actions in combating sources of illegal drugs. This case demonstrates the benefits of effective partnerships by our federal and local agencies. Our office will continue to vigorously enforce drug laws in an effort to pare back the availability of drugs to users or potential users.”           This prosecution was the result of a ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-11-18
    5 months ago
  • Markham Lynch Sentenced for Marriage Fraud
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant MARKHAM LYNCH, age 52, from Tamuning, was sentenced today in District Court by Senior District Judge Alex R. Munson for Conspiracy to Commit Marriage Fraud, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 371. Defendant LYNCH was sentenced to 50 hours of community service, two years probation, $8,500 fine, and a $100 special assessment fee.           LYNCH and Jong Yun Kim conspired for LYNCH to illegally marry and petition for Kim’s girlfriend to receive a Permanent Resident Card and remain in the United States. LYNCH would receive $20,000 or more if the plan succeeded. At the time, Kim’s girlfriend was unlawfully present in the United States under the terms of the Guam Visa Waiver Program. LYNCH and Kim’s girlfriend were married in the Superior Court of Guam in 2014. LYNCH informed immigration officials that he and Kim’s girlfriend were living together when, in fact, they were not. Kim’s girlfriend had been residing with Kim since her entry into Guam.  LYNCH received $8,500 for the fraudulent marriage.  Kim was convicted earlier this year for his part in the scheme.           U.S. Attorney Anderson stated, “The Guam Visa Waiver program allows the entry of certain foreign nationals for not more than 45 days for the limited purposes of business and tourism. The program has the potential to greatly benefit Guam’s economy. However, as demonstrated by this case, those admitted may use ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-11-07
    5 months ago
  • Thomas J.S. Atoigue and Austin Jay San Nicolas Sentenced for Theft of Mail
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendants THOMAS J.S. ATOIGUE, age 27, from Dededo, and AUSTIN JAY SAN NICOLAS, age 23, from Santa Rita, were sentenced on November 6, 2018, in District Court by Senior District Judge Alex R. Munson, for Theft of Mail, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1708. Defendant ATOIGUE was sentenced to two years probation, 100 hours of community service, and a $100 special assessment fee. Defendant SAN NICOLAS was sentenced to five months home detention with electronic monitoring, two years supervised release, 100 hours of community service, and a $100 special assessment fee.           ATOIGUE worked as a cargo screener for Unlimited Services Group, which at the time sub- contracted under United Airlines for the handling of cargo for the United States Postal Service. SAN NICOLAS was a cargo lead for Unlimited Services Group. Both defendants processed mail for delivery to Guam.  During their employment, ATOIGUE and SAN NICOLAS stole numerous items from the mail system, including consumer electronics, Hydro Flasks, and vape juice. ATOIGUE retained, gifted, and sold approximately $16,037.87 in stolen items. SAN NICOLAS kept some of the stolen items and gave others to friends. SAN NICOLAS also stole a Springfield firearm during the course of his criminal conduct.  The total value of the items SAN NICOLAS stole and received was approximately $6,412.98.           U.S. Attorney Anderson stated, “These are two of many recent cases involving the ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-11-06
    5 months ago
  • Edward A. Baza Sentenced to Prison in Ice Trafficking Case
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant EDWARD A. BAZA (“BAZA”), age 65, originally from Guam but residing in Hesperia, California, was sentenced on October 22, 2018, in District Court to a 45-month term of imprisonment, to be followed by two years of supervised release, and 50 hours of community service.  The Court also ordered BAZA to pay a mandatory $100 assessment fee.  In addition, defendants who are convicted of a federal drug offense may no longer qualify for certain federal benefits.           On June 12, 2018, BAZA pled guilty to the charge of Unlawful Use of the Mail to Facilitate the Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1952(a)(3)(A).  The investigation revealed that BAZA and other individuals used the mail system in an attempt to distribute methamphetamine on Guam.  On August 19, 2013, a package addressed to BAZA’s girlfriend was searched pursuant to a federal search warrant. Agents found methamphetamine concealed inside a Chips Ahoy cookie container.  BAZA and his girlfriend went to the post office to claim the package.  The substance was later determined to contain 137.3 grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride, with a 90% purity.  The drugs had a street value of up to $123,000.           The U.S. Postal Service and the Drug Enforcement Administration conducted the investigation.  The case was prosecuted by Belinda Alcantara, Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Guam. ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-10-22
    6 months ago
  • David Michael Sare Sentenced to Over 10 Years in Prison in Ice Trafficking Case
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant DAVID MICHAEL SARE, was sentenced on August 16 in the District Court of Guam to ten years and one month imprisonment. SARE, age 42, from Corona, California, was convicted of Conspiracy to Distribute Fifty (50) grams or more of Methamphetamine Hydrochloride, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846. SARE had an extensive criminal history including previous convictions for possessing drugs while armed, burglary and receiving stolen property. The Court acknowledged SARE’s statements that his drug addiction had contributed to his long criminal history. The Court also ordered SARE to pay a mandatory $100 assessment fee and serve five years of supervised release after his term of imprisonment. In addition, defendants convicted of a federal drug offense may no longer qualify for certain federal benefits.           From March 1, 2016 until August 15, 2016, in Guam and in California, SARE conspired with co- defendant Katlyn Scully to distribute methamphetamine. SARE assisted Scully in procuring the methamphetamine, and prepared the drug so that Scully could carry it into Guam inside of her body.  SARE also assisted Scully in arranging a trip to Guam to deliver the drugs to co-defendant Timothy Duenas who was to distribute the methamphetamine on island. On August 15, 2016, SARE and Scully arrived on Guam via United Airlines Flight #201 from California, by way of Hawaii. Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency Officers were suspicious of their behavior and ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-08-16
    8 months ago
  • Child Pornographer Sentenced to 97 Months Incarceration
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant JOSEPH B. PANGELINAN JR. was sentenced by Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood, District Court of Guam, for the crime of Receipt of Child Pornography, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 2252A(a)(2) and (b)(1). Pangelinan previously pled guilty to the charge and admitted to utilizing a peer- to-peer (P2P) network to receive approximately 2,280 images and 17 movies that depicted the sexual abuse of young children.  The Court ordered 97 months imprisonment, five years of supervised release, $17,000 in restitution for the child victims, and forfeiture of a computer. Pangelinan was also ordered to register with the Sex Offender Registry in any jurisdiction in which he lives, works or attends school.  Under federal law, his period of registration will extend for 25 years.           U.S. Attorney Anderson states, “Our office will continue to aggressively pursue child predators under the Project Safe Childhood initiative. Unfortunately, victims of child pornography suffer for many years from the trauma of abuse and the repeated distribution of depictions of the crime. I applaud the hard work of our federal law enforcement partners at Homeland Security Investigations in bringing this defendant to justice.”           Assistant Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) John Duenas said, “Today’s prison sentence is fitting for someone who robs children of their innocence and continues to sexually exploit them by producing and trading the illegal images with predators around the ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-08-02
    9 months ago
  • Lovelia C. Mendoza Sentenced to Prison in Drug Trafficking Case
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendant LOVELIA C. MENDOZA, age 36, from Dededo, was sentenced in District Court to an eight-year term of imprisonment, to be followed by five years of supervised release, for Possession with Intent to Distribute Fifty Grams or More of Methamphetamine. The Court also ordered Mendoza to pay a mandatory $100 assessment fee. In addition, defendants convicted of a federal drug offense may no longer qualify for certain federal benefits.           On April 17, 2017, agents and task force officers with the Drug Enforcement Administration conducted a search of Mendoza’s residence.   They discovered approximately 537.19 net grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride (“ice”) and approximately 30 gross grams of cocaine. Mendoza was also in possession of $98,555.00 in United States currency, Western Union receipts, plastic Ziploc bags, two fabricated glass pipes, digital scales, a "Pringles" container(s) with a hidden compartment, cut plastic straws, a Sony digital camera, thumb drive, Samsung tablet, Samsung cellular phone, and other digital devices.  The evidence revealed that Mendoza possessed the drugs with the intent to distribute them to another person. On May 18, 2017, Mendoza pled guilty to the charge of Possession with Intent to Distribute Fifty Grams or More of Methamphetamine, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1).           This prosecution was the result of an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) investigation. The OCDETF program provides supplemental federal funding to federal and local agencies involved in ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-07-30
    9 months ago
  • DOJ Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) Issues Decision on Pretrial Diversion Complaint
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands (NMI), announced today that the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) for the United States Department of Justice has concluded an inquiry into the pretrial diversion practices of the United States Attorney’s Office in the District Court of Guam.  The OPR inquiry “revealed no evidence” that the pretrial diversion decisions of the office involved any prohibited or inappropriate factors.           The inquiry was initiated by the District Court of Guam during sentencing proceedings for two Chinese nationals in United States v. Lu et al., No. 17-CR-00041 (D. Guam). The defendants had been arrested after arriving on Guam from Los Angeles with over 118 counterfeit credit cards from foreign banks. The defendants were charged with Possession of Fifteen or More Counterfeit or Unauthorized Access Devices, in violation of 18 U.S.C. Section 1029(a)(3), a Class C felony. The Court questioned the applicability of pretrial diversion for the defendants. Diversion is an alternative to criminal prosecution that enables certain offenders to avoid traditional criminal proceedings in favor of a program of supervision and services administered by United States Probation and Pretrial Services. If the program is successfully completed, the charges against a defendant are dismissed. The U.S. Attorney declined to offer pretrial diversion in the matters before the District Court.           In February 2018, the Court announced that it would request the Department of Justice to investigate whether there was “disparate treatment” by the U.S. Attorney’s Office ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-07-11
    9 months ago
  • Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Honors U.S. Attorney’s Office
              On June 14, 2018, the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) presented its Most Supportive Employer Award to the United States Attorney’s Office for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.  United States Attorney Shawn N. Anderson accepted the award on behalf of the office.  EGSR is a Department of Defense program that promotes cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers.  Awards were given to businesses and government entities in Guam and the CNMI based on their support for members of the National Guard and Reserve.           U.S. Attorney Anderson stated, “It is an honor to receive this award from ESGR.  For those who have served and currently serve in the armed forces, thank you for your continued commitment to the United States at the Department of Justice.  I also thank our employees who attempt to fill the void while service members are on duty, deployed, or at training.” ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-06-14
    10 months ago
  • U.S. Attorney’s Office Speaks to Pacific Judicial Council and Elder Justice Community Stakeholders at Elder Abuse Workshop
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands (NMI), announced that he and Assistant U.S. Attorney Belinda Alcantara, Elder Justice Coordinator, were guest speakers at the “2018 Enhancing Judicial Skills in Elder Abuse Cases Workshop,” organized by Guam Supreme Court Justice F. Philip Carbullido, Chairperson of the Pacific Judicial Council Education Committee.  U.S. Attorney Anderson and AUSA Alcantara spoke about the DOJ Elder Justice Program, elder abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation, and resources available on the DOJ webpage elderjustice.gov.  The workshop, held at the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa on June 4-6, 2018, was attended by judges from Guam, our neighboring islands of Saipan, Rota, Tinian, Pohnpei, Chuuk, American Samoa, and Palau, law enforcement and community stakeholders.  Presenters at the workshop also included speakers from the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence, which included judges and speakers from North Carolina, Washington, the District of Columbia, Minnesota, and Nevada.           The Elder Justice Program stems from the DOJ Elder Justice Initiative (EJI) to prevent and combat financial fraud and scams that target seniors, elder abuse, and neglect.  The mission of the EJI is to strengthen awareness about elder abuse and financial exploitation through education, build law enforcement capacity to respond to elder justice issues, and facilitate prosecution efforts to make our community safer for all. Some examples of the elder financial exploitation prosecuted by DOJ: •  “Lottery phone scams,” in which callers convince seniors that a large fee or taxes be paid before ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-06-11
    10 months ago
  • Two Women Sentenced to Prison for Bank Fraud Conspiracy
              SHAWN N. ANDERSON, United States Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, announced that defendants AMELIA M. TEDTAOTAO, age 31, and ANN MARIE C. PANGILINAN, age 41, were sentenced in District Court today by Chief Judge Frances Tydingco- Gatewood. The Court ordered terms of imprisonment as a result of the defendants’ convictions for Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1349. TEDTAOTAO was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment, three years of supervised release, ordered to pay $9,005.53 restitution, a $100 assessment fee and to perform 50 hours of community service. PANGILINAN was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment, the last six months of which can be served in home detention during a two year period of supervised release, and ordered to pay $2,850 restitution, a $100 assessment fee and to perform 50 hours of community service.           From May 2014 to July 2014, TEDTAOTAO, PANGILINAN and others participated in an ATM debit-fraud and check-fraud scheme involving Bank of Guam (BOG) funds and checks drawn from Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. As part of the conspiracy, the defendants deposited fraudulent checks into third party BOG accounts via ATM transactions, and then withdrew funds based upon those checks. For the entire period of the conspiracy, the defendants and their co-conspirators attempted to obtain over $70,000 from BOG by depositing 101 fraudulent checks drawn from a closed and insufficiently funded account at Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.           This case was investigated by the ... read more
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-06-10
    10 months ago
  • Ruby J. Ngirmekur Sentenced to Prison for Financial Institution Fraud Conspiracy
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-05-29
    11 months ago
  • Arlene Hart Sentenced for Mail Fraud Relating to Cw-1 Applications for Foreign Workers
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-05-20
    11 months ago
  • Sen Sun Sentenced for Harboring Illegal Aliens
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-05-20
    11 months ago
  • Wencai Guo Sentenced for Harboring Illegal Aliens
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-05-17
    11 months ago
  • Attorney General Sessions and U.S. Attorney Anderson Recognize Law Enforcement Service and Sacrifice during National Police Week
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-05-10
    11 months ago
  • Ron Molano Taitano Sentenced for Possession of Contraband in Prison and Violations of Supervised Release
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-04-22
    12 months ago
  • Lloyd Aguon Sentenced to Additional Six Months in Federal Prison for Failing to Appear to Serve Sentence
    Source: DOJ – Guam & North Mariana IslandPublished on 2018-04-22
    12 months ago