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Kauai grand jury indicts man caught with meth, marijuana


    Kanbert Alapai

A grand jury indicted a Kauai man on drug trafficking charges after he was found with methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

The Kauai grand jury indicted Kanbert Alapai last week for first-degree meth trafficking and several other related criminal offenses, Attorney General Doug Chin announced in a news release.

Alapai, 35, was found with more than 100 grams of methamphetamine; more than 120 grams of marijuana; and paraphernalia including three glass pipes with residue, a lighter torch, rolling paper, two scales, over 20 ziplock baggies, many containing white crystalline substances, and $3,308.00 in small bills. He also had an illegal butterfly knife, the news release said.

Alapai has previous convictions for felony forgery and criminal contempt of court.

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