Grand Jury Indicts Four Men Allegedly Involved in Kaua’i Drug Ring

LIHU`E, HI (Ben Caxton) — Four men were indicted Thursday for their alleged involvement in a Kaua’i drug ring that moved significant quantities of heroin and methamphetamine. 45-year-old Henry Gustavo Dorati of Kapa’a, 63-year-old John BruceSadler of Lawa’i, 48-year-old John Das of Kapa’a, and 45-year-old William Alan Williams of Kilauea were all charged by the Grand Jury. Investigators from the Kaua’i Police Department’s Vice/Narcotics Unit arrested Dorati, Sadler and Williams in a vehicle the say contained 281.9 grams of methamphetamine and 50 grams of heroin. All three have been charged with varying counts of “Promoting a Dangerous Drug” and face a maximum punishment life in prison. Das, who was later arrested for the possession of 27.3 grams of methamphetamine in a related incident, faces one charge of Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the Second Degree could serve up to twenty years in prison if convicted. Dorati’s bail has been set at $1 million. Bail for Williams, Sadler and Das is set at $200,000.

1 Comment on "Grand Jury Indicts Four Men Allegedly Involved in Kaua’i Drug Ring"

  1. Terrible! Drugs destroy lives! God forgives and restores lives!

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