Jerry Active, 7 others indicted in prison drug conspiracy
Eight people-- including a notorious killer-- were indicted by a grand jury related to a conspiracy to bring drugs into the Lemon Creek Correctional Facility in Juneau.
According to Maria Bahr with the Alaska Department of Law, Jerry Active, Tamra Fuhr, Chad Kreftmeyer, Buck Mills, Amanda Natkong, John Negley, Susan Paulsen, Brendon Valdez and Roberta White are each charged in the case.
Bahr says all seven-- excluding White-- were found to have conspired to bring heroin, methamphetamine and suboxone into the prison in December of 2017. They were each indicted on the charges of second- and third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and first-degree promoting contraband.
White, meantime, was indicted on one count of third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and first-degree promoting contraband.
Four of the suspects are already in DOC custody-- including, most notably, Jerry Active, who was sentenced to serve more than 350 years behind bars back in 2015 following convictions for killing an elderly couple, sexually assaulting a 2-year-old and an elderly woman in 2013.
Two of those indicted have been released on their own recognizance.
Paulsen is awaiting extradition back to Alaska after being arrested in Anacortes, Washington.
Mills and Fuhr are wanted on outstanding warrants.
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