HAGATNA, Guam (AP) - A former Guam Office of Homeland Security employee has pleaded guilty to charges that he conspired to have a package of methamphetamine mailed to the office.
    
The Pacific Daily News reports that Ricky Sanchez pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to distribute meth as part of a plea deal that could get him a lesser sentence.
    
Court documents say Sanchez's friend had arranged for another man to send Sanchez a package to the Guam Homeland Security office.
    
The package was intercepted by a postal inspector who allegedly found more than 27 grams of meth inside.
    
Authorities later determined that a second package was sent to the office and Sanchez received it.
    
Documents say Sanchez admitted he was supposed to get a payment of up to $1,000 for receiving the package.