KDLG: Three individuals from, or with ties to, Dillingham were found in possession of a substantial amount of heroin by Anchorage Police on September 2.
In his affidavit, APD officer John Long wrote that he found Gust Romie, Brian and Darcie Clark in a white Honda sedan at Goose Lake Park during closed hours.
Darcie, 34, was standing on the driver’s side.
“I noticed a blue medical tourniquet protruding from the bottom leg of her jeans as I spoke with her,” he wrote. “Darcie told me she [was] planning on using heroin but I had interrupted her and her friends.”
In the passenger seat was Darcie’s husband Brian Clark, 35. Local law enforcement say both are tied to drug use and trafficking in Dillingham, including Darcie’s December arrest for allegedly selling heroin to a confidential informant. Court records show she is currently on release from the December charge after posting $15,000 bail.
Gust Romie, 27, was in the backseat. Romie was charged this week by Dillingham Police for selling heroin to a confidential informant in March.
Anchorage police impounded the car and obtained a search warrant. The officer alleges Brian and Darcie Clark, between the two of them, were in possession of five loaded syringes containing more than 15 grams of heroin. Each have been charged with fourth degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.
Police say Romie had a backpack containing drug pipes, six loaded syringes with 22.5 grams of heroin, and a bundle of $18,000 cash. He was charged with second degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.
Warrants have been issued for their arrests.