The Los Alamos County Police Department made two drug arrests last week as part of a ongoing investigation that stemmed back over a year ago, where several drug arrests were made due to subjects manufacturing and trafficking methamphetamine.
Two females, Doe Chapman, 55, and Chliuyen “Cyd” Shockey, 38, both of Los Alamos, were arrested Sept. 26.
Both were charged with trafficking methamphetamine, conspiracy, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Shockey also had additional charges for possession of several different types of controlled medication without a prescription.
Both females were arrested at separate locations simultaneously, while LAPD detectives and patrol officers moved quickly and obtained search warrants.
LAPD Capt. Randy Foster said overall, approximately 47.7 grams of methamphetamine was seized, as well as $1,410 in cash. The price of methamphetamine can vary, however. The street value of the meth seized can go anywhere from $2,800 to $4,700 for that amount.
“I am very proud of the hard work on this case by all officers and detectives that were involved. The results of their hard work will have a long lasting positive impact on this community,” Foster said.