A 32-year-old Hydaburg woman faces felony drug charges after allegedly trying to bring hundreds of Oxycodone tablets from Seattle to Ketchikan.

According to an Alaska State Troopers report, the Southeast Alaska Cities Against Drugs Task Force arrested Terra Adams at about 10:30 Sunday night. Troopers say she had a role in smuggling 367 30-milligram tablets of the prescription drug into Ketchikan.

Troopers say that the street value of each tablet in the Ketchikan and Prince of Wales Island area is $100 per tablet, which means the total estimated street value is $36,700.

Adams was charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit second-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. She was arraigned in Ketchikan District court Monday, and Judge Kevin Miller set bail at $22,500.