Four indictments issued Friday

A Juneau grand jury issued four indictments on Friday.

A 21-year-old Juneau resident, Dustin I. Fisher, was indicted on seven counts of third-degree drug misconduct for dealing ecstasy, LSD and psilocybin mushrooms to a Juneau Police Department confidential informant on June 26, July 18 and July 29. Those are class “B” felonies that can be punishable by 10 years in prison.

He was also indicted on two counts of fourth-degree drug misconduct for possessing marijuana and for using his home as a place to keep or distribute drugs. Those are class “C” felonies that can be punishable by up to five years in prison.

As the Empire reported earlier, JPD’s Metro Drug Unit seized the drugs and $42,300 cash from Fisher’s home on Fritz Cove Road in late July and arrested him on site. Fisher has been in custody at Lemon Creek Correctional Center since his arrest. Electronic court records show Fisher has a bail hearing scheduled for next week.

A 20-year-old Juneau resident, Alexander J. Netling, was indicted on two counts of second-degree drug misconduct for possessing pseudoephedrine and lithium metal with intent to manufacture methamphetamine on July 17. Those are class “A” felonies that can be punishable by up to 20 years in prison. He was also indicted on one count of failure to stop for a police officer in the first degree in connection to the same incident on July 17. That’s a class “C” felony.

Greggory C. Wright, 21, was indicted for promoting contraband in the first degree for bringing drugs into Lemon Creek Correctional Center in Juneau on July 29. According to an affidavit, Wright was arrested for providing police with false information, and while he was being processed into the jail, a corrections officer found several buds of marijuana in his mouth. That’s a class “C” felony.

Wesley J. Bowman, a 23-year-old man accused of pointing a bow and arrow at two pedestrians in the Willoughby District earlier this month, was indicted on two counts of third-degree assault for placing them in fear of injury. Those are class “C” felonies.

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