A 30-year-old Ketchikan man faces felony drug charges after a package allegedly containing methamphetamine and heroin was delivered to his home.
According to the complaint filed in court Friday by Ketchikan Police Sgt. Ty Walker, a federal search warrant was issued on a Priority Mail package addressed to Alvin Mendoza Inoncillo. Police say it contained 14.4 grams of meth and 7.5 grams of heroin.
After inspecting the package, authorities allowed a controlled delivery to the residence on Thursday, and executed a search warrant at the home. Walker alleges that Inoncillo was there with the package, along with paraphernalia and an additional half-gram of meth and 1 gram of heroin.
Inoncillo was charged with four felonies: two counts each of second-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, and third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.