November 09, 2009
Chief United States District
Court Judge Ralph R. Beistline imposed the sentence on Seludo,
According to Assistant United States Attorney Aunnie Steward, who prosecuted the case, Seludo conspired with Rudy Lastimosa to sell methamphetamine in Ketchikan. Seludo was convicted at trial of conspiring with Lastimosa and selling methamphetamine on seven occasions, spanning from December 2007, through March 2008.
Prior to imposing sentence, Judge Beistline stated that Seludo was willing to poison the community of Ketchikan for his own personal needs, and that the evidence against Seludo at trial was "overwhelming."
Loeffler commended the Drug Enforcement Administration, the United States Postal Inspection Service and the Ketchikan Police Department for the investigation leading to the successful prosecution of Seludo.
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