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Boss's voice mail records worker's alleged drug deal


A Des Moines man is accused of unwittingly leaving his boss a voice-mail message documenting a drug deal in which he was involved.

State records indicate that Joseph Stankiewicz was on medical leave from NAPA Auto Parts in November when he called the company's human resources director, Carolyn Miller, and left a message on her voice-mail system.

When Stankiewicz finished his message, he allegedly failed to disconnect his phone properly and Miller's voice mail continued to record everything in the vicinity of Stankiewicz's phone.

The recording captured a freewheeling, profanity-laced conversation between two men who NAPA officials concluded were Stankiewicz and a man named Donny. On the tape, the two men discuss money that one of the men owed the other for prescription narcotics. The two also discuss another trade


Added: Feb-19-2010 Occurred On: Feb-18-2010
By: gregory_peckory
Tags: drug deal, voicemail, recording, company,
Location: Des Moines, Iowa, United States (load item map)
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