HONOLULU (AP) — The husband of a former Delta Air Lines employee who admitted using her security credentials to smuggle drug money has also pleaded guilty to his role in a meth trafficking ring that operated between California and Hawaii.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Loo says Falefia Fuamatu pleaded guilty Friday to a conspiracy charge involving distribution and possession of methamphetamine. Sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 16.READ MORE: Jo Lasorda, Wife Of Dodgers Great Tommy Lasodra, Passes Away At 91
According to an indictment, he flew from Honolulu to Los Angeles at least twice to deliver nearly $1 million in drug proceeds.READ MORE: WATCH: A Sneak Peek Of The Highly-Anticipated Academy Museum
His wife, Sifatutupu Fuamatu, pleaded guilty last week. She admitted using a swipe card to bypass security to carry the money through the Honolulu airport. She would meet her husband at the gate and they would fly together.MORE NEWS: Driver Killed, 5 Injured In El Monte Shooting, Crash
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