FAIRBANKS — Alcohol, heroin, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, cocaine and marijuana are the most commonly abused drugs in Alaska, according to a report recently released by state law enforcement.

The 2014 Annual Drug Report is issued by the Alaska State Troopers’ Alaska Bureau of Investigation, Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit every year, and tracks drug and illegal alcohol arrests, seizures and usage trends. An introduction to the report states it is compiled using statistics from as many municipal, borough and federal agencies as possible as well as “anecdotal information gathered from conversations with those investigators on the front lines of Alaska’s efforts to investigate, document, and apprehend those who have chosen to participate in Alaska’s illicit drug and alcohol culture.”