A convicted felon found in the possession of guns and drugs will spend the next two decades behind bars.
Guam – Julian Robles is identified in court documents as an armed drug trafficker who was the subject of a complex drug investigation. His drug of choice, methamphetamine. Court documents state that Robles dealt, smuggled and conspired to launder the proceeds from his drug operation.
PNC News files indicated that Robles was a part of a major drug smuggling operation on island that is believed to have brought more than 27 pounds of crystal methamphetamine [“ice”] into Guam from Sacramento, California between February and April of 2012.
Robles is no stranger to the prison system as he was previously convicted for Robbery in Hawaii and possession of a scheduled two controlled substance in Guam. As a result of his prior convictions he was subject to sentencing enhancements. In addition to this Robles was also found in the possession of firearms subjecting him to substantial federal penalties.
He was sentenced to 20 years behind bars, and 10 years supervised release.