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GUILTY PLEA: Dasha Graham of St. Croix CHRISTIANSTED – A St. Croix man admitted in federal court on Wednesday that he had marijuana and intended to sell it. Dasha Graham, 22, of the Candido Guadelupe housing community pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge George W. Cannon, Jr., to possession with

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A native of Dominica was brought up on federal charges that he tried to sell at least 26 pounds of cocaine in the streets of the territory. Kenneth James, 51, of Roseau made his initial appearance today before U.S. Magistrate Judge George Cannon after being charged in

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SAN JUAN – Some 27 people have been indicted by a grand jury leading up to the FBI raid of the narcotics division of the Puerto Rico Police Department yesterday, authorities said. FBI agents seized documents and electronic equipment Wednesday at the department in the north-coast town of Vega Baja.

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JUDGE CURTIS GOMEZ: Ordered Walid John, 37, to serve 10 months in prison on federal gun conviction. CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A federal judge ordered a St. Thomas man on Wednesday to serve nearly one year in prison for being a person with a gun after being convicted of a domestic

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  NARCO SUBMARINE: The U.S. Coast Guard boards vessels by force, sometimes at night, in extremely dangerous operations. CHRISTIANSTED – Seven Venezuelan men were arraigned in federal court today on drug smuggling conspiracy-related charges, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Felix Gomez, 37; Roman Jose Aguilera Gig, 37; Jesus

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Two St. Thomas residents were sentenced in federal court today to 1.75 years and 2.25 years respectively in prison for their admitted roles in illegally trafficking firearms — including an AK-47 assault rifle, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Mohammed Jubran, 27, of St. Thomas, was

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CONVICTED: Dwight Knowles of The Bahamas ADVERTORIAL: To find out how you can help someone with a gambling addiction, press play below: WASHINGTON — Two Caribbean defendants were convicted in Washington on Friday after a 12-day jury trial for their roles in an international drug trafficking conspiracy that aimed to

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GUILTY PLEA: Scott Bass ADVERTORIAL: To hear how you can help someone who has a problem with gambling during problem gaming month of March, please press play below: CHRISTIANSTED — A St. Croix man admitted in federal court today that he introduced drugs and other forbidden items to prison. Scott

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CONVICTED: Alejandro Marva-Romero CHRISTIANSTED – District Court Judge Raymond L. Finch on March 14, 2017 sentenced Alejandro Marva-Romero, 33, of Venezuela, to 41 months in prison for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, Acting United States Attorney Joycelyn Hewlett announced. Judge Finch also sentenced Marva-Romero to five years of

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MOST EFFECTIVE EVER? Ronald Sharpe CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Just days after the most powerful U.S. Attorney in the country — Preet Bharara of New York — defied President Donald Trump’s demand that he submit his resignation — the U.S. Attorney for the territory said that he will comply with the

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