A Chilkat Valley man has been jailed on a series of drug charges after law enforcement from multiple Southeast Alaska agencies raided their Klukwan home on June 11. 

Police have charged Hunter Hildre with committing several felony-level drug crimes after seizing more than 100 pills and 15 grams of methamphetamine during the raid. 

Both Juneau and Haines police say they suspect the pills contain fentanyl. 

Juneau’s Deputy Chief Krag Campbell said there are a few reasons they came to that conclusion. One is that the pills were blue and printed with a logo indicating that they were Oxycodone – something Campbell said the state crime lab has seen often lately when finding fentanyl. The second is that investigators used a field test to figure out that the pills were not actually Oxycodone. It will take about a month to get final test results from a state lab. 

The warrant and arrests came through a regional task force known as SEACAD – Southeast Alaska Cities Against Drugs. Haines and several other municipal police departments plus Alaska State Troopers, the FBI, DEA, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Coast Guard. 

Campbell said there were task force members from Juneau, the Troopers, the FBI and the DEA assisting in the Haines borough arrests. 

According to court documents, Hildre was arrested on June 12. Police also issued a warrant for his wife, Felecia Hildre, on June 14. They’ve charged her with similar drug-related offenses, but she has yet to be arrested.