Alaska State Troopers say they have caused “a major disruption to the illegal distribution of narcotics,” and recovered a several stolen items in the Tok area, after a drug raid on a suspected dealer on Tuesday.
After Tok troopers requested assistance in a drug case from SDEU, surveillance was conducted and warrants requested for a home in the Tok area. Members of the Tok AST/AWT Patrol, AST Fairbanks Special Projects Unit, and Fairbanks Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit moved in on a residence on Tuesday after talking to a person of interest who informed investigators that there “might be a large amount of methamphetamine, stolen guns, stolen jewelry, stolen vehicles, and stolen trailers” at that Tok residence.[xyz-ihs snippet=”adsense-body-ad”]
When the warrants were executed on the residence of 48-year-old Floyd Stuck, troopers report that the search “yielded 32 firearms (rifles, shotguns, pistols) of which half have been determined stolen, 10 grams of methamphetamine ($3000 street value), 49 grams of suspected Heroin (street value $29,400), 42 Morphine Tablets (street value $4200) and, 7 Hydrocodone/OxyContin Tablets (street value $700), gold nuggets and $1,618.00 in cash.”
As a result of the search of the convicted felon’s home, Stuck was arrested and charged with Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance II, III, IV, and Misconduct Involving Weapons II and III. and remanded to the Fairbanks Correctional Facility.
Further drug and weapons charges were forwarded to the Fairbanks District Attorney’s office for a female that was at the residence at the time of the raid. She was not immediately placed under arrest.
Investigators estimate that the drugs seized at the home had a street value of $35,000.
The investigation is continuing.[xyz-ihs snippet=”Adversal-468×60″]