Twenty four year old Jessica Busack from Allenton was involved in a heroin smuggling operation with her boyfriend David Jensen. Jensen was previously charged with possession with the intent to deliver heroin greater than ten to fifty grams, possession of drug paraphernalia, three counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana. On Wednesday Busack was found guilty of possession with the intent to deliver heroin less than three grams. Busack appeared in Washington County Judge James Muehlbauer’s court room to face the charges. Assistant District Attorney Mandy Schepper asked Judge Muehlbauer to amend the charges to possession with the intent to deliver heroin less than 3 grams. In return, Busack pleaded guilty to the amended charge. According to the criminal complaint, an officer installed a GPS device on David Jensen’s car May 14. The GPS was used to track the car, which was seen going to Milwaukee periodically. On June fourth, a deputy was on Highway 41 in Germantown and stopped Jensen’s car. Jensen and Busack were inside the car. A search was conducted and a police dog detected an odor of a controlled substance. Further investigation had the deputy discovering marijuana in the center console. A detective contacted the Washington County D.A.’s Office to get a body cavity search warrant, but both Jensen and Busack consented. The search was conducted at St. Joseph’s Hospital and an emergency room doctor found a plastic bag containing heroin weighing just over 32 grams in Busack. Judge Muehlbauer has scheduled a sentencing date for Busack on September 24th.