Teacher Pleads Guilty to Selling Meth

Allentown-area high school teacher admits to dealing methamphetamine

A Pennsylvania teacher has pleaded guilty to federal drug charges for selling methamphetamine.

Forty-three-year-old Garrett Dudeck pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to distribute following a March raid on his home in Allentown. He faces a mandatory minimum of five years in prison at sentencing scheduled for November.

Dudeck was suspended from his job as a technology teacher at the Southern Lehigh School District middle school following his arrest.

A second man also pleaded guilty to taking part in the operation.

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