A Camden County woman arrested in a bust involving drugs and counterfeit money has entered a plea deal. Jacqueline Mazur entered guilty pleas to three counts of possession of a controlled substance, receiving a suspended imposition of sentence and five years of supervised probation on each count. She was arrested in September along with Justin Wiley after authorities served a search warrant at a residence on Seven Ridge Court. The Camden County Sheriff’s office allegedly found methamphetamine, prescription pills, counterfeit money and counterfeiting equipment, along with stacks of gift cards. As part of the plea, three counts of forgery against Mazur were dropped. Wiley is scheduled to be in court December 19th.