Guam – Warnings, Warrants, and modifications to release conditions were handed down in the case involving GPD’s largest cocaine bust.
King Pin Robert Afaisen got off with a warning after testing positive for drugs last month. Superior Court Judge Michael Bordallo initially ordered 2 days incarceration for the violation but then suspended those days providing Afaisen with a warning.
Afaisen must pay $80 dollars for the failed drug test within the next 20 days. He was also told that if he tests positive in the next 30 days he will have to serve the suspended sentence.
Also shown leniency for good behavior were John Tainatongo and Monica Quinata, both were taken off of house arrest.
Judge Bordallo also ordered the release of George Flores who has spent 42 days in jailand has placed him on house arrest.
Meanwhile Bordallo issued warrants for two of the co-defendants, Carl Aguon and Jonathan Manglona.
The next hearing is set for August 2nd.