01-07-09 Trafficking Arrest
Boise January 7th, 2009 - Boise Police Narcotics Officers have arrested a Boise man on charges of trafficking in marijuana.
The investigation: Early in 2008 undercover officers with the Boise Police Narcotics unit received information that a man may be selling marijuana out of his residence on the 3400 block of Brampton in Boise (off Boise Ave. & Law). Through the course of the investigation Narcotics Officers obtained small amounts of marijuana from the suspect. On Tuesday, January 6th, 2009 Narcotics Officers arrested Henry Peters at his home. Officers recovered approximately 1,803 grams of marijuana from the home. The combined amount of marijuana recovered form both the home and the previous amounts totals 2,200 grams or 4.8 pounds of marijuana worth approximately $19,000 dollars. Boise Narcotics Officers believe Peters may have been dealing marijuana out of his home, possibly for up to two years.
Arrested: Henry Arthur Peters, 48 years old of Boise
Charges: Trafficking in Marijuana (felony)
Safety Tips for Neighbors: Boise Police Officers investigate citizens tips on possible drug houses. Officers say there are several things neighbors should watch for that could be clues to drug activity.
- Traffic coming and going from the home at all hours.
- Visitors who stay only a short period of time.
- Vehicles that stop at a house, someone walks from the house to the car for a short interaction, then the vehicle drives off.
- Visitors to the home may park several houses away or around the block and walk the rest of the way to the house.
- Someone from the home gets inside a vehicle, takes a very short drive, then return.
- The presence of strong chemical odors from the home
Boise Police urge anyone with any information on neighborhood drug activity to please call Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS,
Release Prepared By: Charles McClure Boise Police Public Information