Man, 61, pleads guilty to 'ice' deal
A Waianae man has admitted to conspiring to sell two pounds of crystal methamphetamine to an undercover deputy sheriff for $80,000.
Rudy Alcosiba Generalao, 61, pleaded guilty yesterday in U.S. District Court to drug trafficking conspiracy and carrying a firearm as part of the conspiracy. He was carrying a loaded Raven .25 caliber revolver when he was arrested.
His girlfriend, Rhonda Kamalii, 43, also pleaded guilty to conspiracy.
According to information provided in court, Generalao and Kamalii were arrested after selling two pounds of crystal methamphetamine to the deputy sheriff on July 13, 2006, at a Kapolei parking lot.
Recovered in their car were two more pounds of "ice," drug paraphernalia, cash and a bulletproof vest.
Authorities also recovered more methamphetamine, more than a dozen glass pipes and other drug paraphernalia from the couple's Waianae home.
Generalao faces a minimum term of imprisonment of 15 years when sentenced April 9. Kamalii faces a minimum term of 10 years in prison when sentenced March 29.
The joint investigation was handled by Honolulu Police, the Drug Enforcement Administration and state Department of Public Safety.