A Juneau grand jury indicted a Juneau man Friday for possessing heroin.
Dwayne L. Clements, 47, faces a class C felony — fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance — for allegedly possessing the drug on Dec. 1, according to a copy of the indictment.
The charge is punishable by up to five years in prison and a $50,000 fine.
Clements is also facing charges for an alleged criminal trespass that took place Feb. 3, according to online court records. He previously pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor theft on Sept. 29.
Clements’ next scheduled court date is March 17 before Judge Louis Menendez.
Indictments are only accusations of illegal activity and are not evidence or proof of guilt.