Anchorage brothers sentenced to prison for trafficking drugs to Fairbanks

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) Dwayne Dollison Jr., 37, and Kenneth Martin Doughlas, 35, were each sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for attempting to traffic drugs into Fairbanks.

According to a press release from the United State Attorney District of Alaska, Dollison and Douglas were pulled over for speeding in September of 2017 outside of Fairbanks on the Parks Highway. Alaska State Troopers also pulled over a second car with two of the brothers' female companions. The car that the women were driving had been rented by the brothers and troopers located drugs and firearms in the car when the searched it.

They found approximately 154 grams of cocaine, 44 grams of crack, 27 grams of methamphetamine, and 12 grams of heroin in and around duffle bags. They also located two Smith & Wesson 9mm handguns, one of which was stolen from Wasilla. The brothers tried to frame the females but DNA and fingerprint evidence tied them to the drugs and firearms.

After the traffic stop, Dollison attempted to contact one of the women and offer her money to claim the drugs were hers.

This is Douglas’ third drug trafficking conviction and Dollison’s second. The brothers were convicted of trafficking drugs together in 2009 and were released from federal custody in 2015.

Dollison was sentenced to an additional 7 months for violating the supervised release conditions of a previous drug trafficking offense.

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