Guam – The former post office employee who used her position to help smuggle drugs into the island will not serve any time behind bars.
For nearly one year, Michelle Dudkiewicz used her position as a Postal employee to locate and track packages containing methamphetamine and then facilitate the delivery of those packages to her associates.
According to court documents, she would receive cash and meth in exchange for her services. While she was unaware of the quantity of ice contained in the packages she was fully aware that the packages she helped track contained the drug and that her associates intended to distribute it on island.
Dudkiewicz pleaded guilty to the use of a communication facility in connection with drug trafficking last year.
Earlier this week she was sentenced to time served, this means that she will not set foot behind bars as long as she abides by the conditions of her one year supervised release.