Kodiak Man Charged with Drug Possession on Seward Highway

Adam Ross was stopped and charged with drug possession on the Seward highway on October 20th. Image-Facebook profile

Adam Ross was stopped and charged with drug possession on the Seward highway on October 20th. Image-Facebook profile

A Kodiak man is in jail with a bail set at $40,000 after a traffic stop on the Seward Highway  on Monday.

Alaska State Troopers pulled over 34-year-old Kodiak resident Adam Ross on Monday at 4:39 pm at mile 99 of the Seward Highway.

After pulling Ross over, the trooper investigation at the scene would find that Ross was in possession of cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine.

The investigation would also find that the heroin in Ross’s possession was pre-packaged for distribution.

Prior to the discovery of the drugs in Ross’s possession, Ross attempted to dispose of the illegal drugs under the seat of the trooper’s patrol car.

Ross was transported to the Anchorage Jail and booked on charges of MICS II and IV, and Evidence Tampering.

Court records show that Ross was arraigned on one count of MICS II, two counts of MICS III, and two counts of MICS IV, along with the Tampering charge.

Ross is due in court again on December 4th for a pre-indictment hearing.