A man and woman who live in Ketchikan are accused of selling illegal drugs to an undercover on multiple occasions. 

The U.S. Attorney's Office announced Friday that 54-year-old Michael Anthony Welker and 35-year-old Mandy Elaine Bacus, both of Ketchikan, have been indicted on federal drug trafficking charges.

Court records allege that Welker and Bacus sold meth, LSD, cocaine and heroin to an undercover informant from their home numerous times between June 1 and September 15 of last year.

Welker and Bacus were arrested in connection with the case on Tuesday.

The U.S. Attorney's Office says the duo's Ketchikan home is now subject to forfeiture.

Welker and Bacus were arraigned Thursday in Juneau and were ordered detained pending trial, which is scheduled for April 2.

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