Grand jury indicts man who received meth in mail
A federal grand jury has indicted a Honolulu man for allegedly trying to distribute 14 pounds of crystal methamphetamine.
Kavekini Narabe received the drugs in the mail from a Las Vegas man, according to the indictment, which was filed in U.S. District Court yesterday.
The grand jury also charged Carmen Freeman with allegedly trying to distribute about seven pounds of crystal meth.
Authorities said she also got drugs in a mailed package from Las Vegas, which was allegedly sent to her under a fake name.
The indictment says the two were working together. Both got their packages in April.
Narabe is an illegal alien, court documents said, and was also charged with illegally carrying a handgun.