Three Valdez residents indicted for recent arrests
Three Valdez residents have been recently indicted stemming from arrests on two separate occasions.
Nicholas Huff was indicted on 16 felony counts including kidnapping, attempted murder, stalking, assault, and misconduct involving weapons. The 27 year-old was also indicted for eight misdemeanor counts.
Last month, Valdez Police officers responded to a domestic violence call involving Huff at an Alpine Woods residence. When he refused to leave the home, gunshots were fired inside. Huff emerged with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. He was transported to Providence Valdez Medical Center and medevaced to the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage for medical treatment. He was released and then arrested by Anchorage Police on a $50,000 dollar warrant. He is currently in custody in the Anchorage Jail.
Valdez Police arrested Devon Totemoff, last month, and observed her to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. A warrant was obtained to search the vehicle she was in at the time of her arrest. It led to the seizure of 1.5 pounds of narcotics with an estimated street value of $100,000 dollars. The actual owner of the vehicle, Timothy Miller, was also arrested.
Both were indicted on multiple felony counts of misconduct involving a controlled substance. Both remain custody at the Valdez Regional Jail.