Two Pakistani males who unwittingly tried to sell 335.6 grams of methamphetamine for $12,000 in the Brea Mall parking lot to two confidential, government informants have both now been sentenced for their 2010 crime.
This week, Guilford punished Mohammad Hashir Masud, Saeed's partner in crime, with a term of 37 months in a federal prison.
Upon his return to society, Masud must undergo supervised probation for five years.
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Guilford, who sealed numerous documents from public view during the length of the case, gave Masud, who was born in 1983, until noon on July 5 to surrender to prison officials.
U.S. Bureau of Prison records show that Saeed is in custody and "in transit" to a federal prison.
Saeed and Masud plotted their drug deal with individuals who secretly worked as informants for special agents at the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, according to case records.