Cooper Landing Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrests

Posted: March 25, 2013 at 6:34 am

Tuesday March 19th just after 11:00pm, the Alaska State Troopers conducted a traffic stop for a moving violation near mile 37 of the Sterling Highway near Cooper Landing.  Subsequent investigation revealed that the operator of the vehicle, 28- year-old Hannah Simmons Jr. Anchorage, was found in possession of a large amount of narcotics, paraphernalia, scales, and cash, all of which indicate she is involved in the sale of narcotics.  She was also found in possession of several firearms.

Ms. Simmons was arrested for Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance II and Misconduct Involving Weapons II.

She was remanded at the Seward Jail with no bond.

Trooper investigation also revealed that the passenger of the vehicle, 34-year-old David Shuldham Jr. also of Anchorage, was a convicted felon on probation.  Shuldham was also arrested, on the charges of Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance II, Misconduct Involving Weapons II, Misconduct Involving Weapons III, and probation violations.

He was also remanded at the Seward Jail with no bond.

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One Comment to “Cooper Landing Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrests”

  • Alexi says:

    For the peoples sake don’t tri them on the Kenai. Some “MORON” judge let threats to society out to ply their trade.