Police intercept drugs headed to jail

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) Nine Juneau residents face indictment on drug charges.

    The suspects allegedly conspired to possess, manufacture and or deliver over 2.5 grams of methamphetamines, some heroin and suboxone,  through the Lemon Creek Correctional Center last December.

    Charged in the case were 29 year old Jerry Active, 33 year old Amanda Natkong, 29 year old Chad Kreftmeyer, 39 year old Buck Mills, 26 year old Brendon Valdez, 46 year old John Negley, 43 year old Roberta White, 25 year old Tamra Fuhr, and 58 year old Susan Paulsen.

    Seven crimes are alleged in the indictment.  They include misconduct involving a controlled substance in the second degree, misconduct involving a controlled substance in the third degree, and promoting contraband in the first degree.

    Natkong was allegedly searched at the jail and authorities uncovered the illegal substances on December 16.

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