SEACAD Arrests Ketchikan Woman on Meth Charges

alaska crimew-cuffsA 36-year-old Ketchikan woman was arrested on drug charges and contributing to the delinquency of a minor on Tuesday after SEACAD and the Coast Guard Investigative Service served a search warrant on her residence.

Ketchikan woman, Brooke Putman was served a search warrant on Tuesday and officers arrested Putman on two counts of Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance III that stemmed from her selling methamphetamine within 500 feet of a school on Schonebar Road.

She was also charged with Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor for allowing minors to openly smoke marijuana in her residence.

Putman was taken from her residence at Schonebar Park and transported to the Ketchikan Correctional Center where she was remanded on charges with no bail set.

The Southeast Alaska Cities Against Drugs Task Force (SEACAD) is a pro-active task force whose primary goal is to reduce illegal drug trafficking in Southeast Alaska. SEACAD is comprised of an Alaska State Trooper sergeant, a AST investigator, a criminal justice technician, a Petersburg Police Department investigator, a Sitka Police Department investigator and a SEACAD investigator with a scent detection K-9.