Two arrested on theft and drug charges

Police seize drugs with estimated street value of $177,000

 

July 15, 2021



WORLAND — On July 12, 2021, Worland Police Department officers arrested two people that were initially suspects in several thefts from a local business in Worland.

The male, identified as Fabian D. Cid, 29, and the female, identified as Carissa M. Funk, 23, had been staying in Worland for several days and were out-of-state visitors. According to a press release from Worland Police Department Chief Gabe Elliott, “A search warrant was executed for the vehicle the pair was driving and inside, officers located a large amount of illegal drugs and money that are indicative of illegal drug distribution.”

Among the items seized were approximately 28 grams of suspected heroin with an estimated street value of $28,000, approximately 45 grams of suspected methamphetamine, with an estimated street value of $9,000, approximately 2,300 oxycodone pills with an estimated street value of $140,000 and approximately $3,500 in cash.


Cid and Funk are currently incarcerated at the Washakie County Detention Center and are awaiting their court appearances on several drug charges in addition to theft charges. The investigation into the couple has linked them to several area residents and the case is still active.

 
 

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