KETCHIKAN - A grand jury in Ketchikan declined to indict a former tribal president of the Ketchikan Indian Community on felony drug charges.
However, the district attorney's office now has filed misdemeanor attempted possession charges against Marly Edenso, according to the Ketchikan Daily News.
Officials said Edenso was initially arrested June 10 on two felony charges of attempted controlled-substance misconduct.
Ketchikan police said the U.S. Postal Service intercepted a package containing 49 Oxycodone pills and 50 Hydrocodone pills that was addressed to Edenso.
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