Guam – A woman who was caught dealing drugs five years ago, has been sentenced in District Court.
61-year old, Anita Cruz pleaded guilty to dealing ice last year, yesterday she was sentenced to 30 months incarceration with credit for time served. Court documents state that it has been recommended that she serve her prison term at S-C-P in Phoenix, Arizona. Further citing that she enter a intensive drug treatment program and be placed on 3 years supervised release following the completion of her imprisonment.
Cruz was arrested in June 2013, after she was named by one of her buyers as an ice dealer, which prompted three controlled buys conducted by the DEA. According to court documents, a total of 9.6 grams of methamphetamine were purchased from Cruz and found to be 97-percent pure ice.
She has been remanded to the custody of the US Marshals.