3 defendants in GMH/DOC contraband case plead not guilty


Corina Lynn Tedtaotao, Raymond Torres Tedtaotao and Paul Lynwood Johnson have pleaded not guilty in the GMH/DOC contraband case.

Guam – Three defendants accused of a plot to smuggle contraband into the Department of Corrections via the Guam Memorial Hospital have pled not guilty.

Corina Lynn Tedtaotao, and Paul Lynwood Johnson were indicted of conspiracy to promote prison contraband as a second-degree felony. Corina Tedtaotao was also charged with possession of a schedule two controlled substance and Johnson was charged with a special allegation of felony committed while on pre-trial release and possession of a firearm without a firearm I.D. DOC inmate Raymond Torres Tedtaotao was indicted on charges of promotion of major prison contraband.

The indictments stem from the discovery of a suspicious package in the men’s restroom of GMH that authorities believe was intended to be picked up by an inmate who was on medical transport.

Today, Corina Tedtaotao pleaded not guilty and waived her right to a speedy trial. Her next court appearance will be on November 16 at 10am in Judge Benjamin Sison’s courtroom. Johnson pleaded not guilty and was ordered to pay a $10,000 bond as part of his pretrial release conditions. Raymond Tedtaotao’s attorney Doug Moylan withdrew as his legal counsel so he was assigned attorney Terry Timlin, and was given a new court date November 22nd in Sison’s courtroom.