07-01-09 Overnight Arrests; Burglary and Warrant
Boise July 1st, 2009 - Burglary and Warrant charges top the overnight arrests in the City of Boise
Arrested: Ry A. Wilson, 18, Boise
Charges: Burglary (F)
Boise Police received a burglary report that took place some time on Monday (June 29th). Victims told police that someone broke into a car on the 1900 block of North Fairmeadow Court and took a set of golf clubs. Officers working with the victim located the stolen merchandise at a local store and determined the suspect, later identified as Ry Wilson, had taken the items and sold them at the store. After a detailed investigation, the suspect was arrested yesterday (June 30th) and booked on the above listed charges.
Warrant Arrested: Brian K. Barbour, 49, Boise
Warrant Charges: Sexual Exploitation of a Child (F)
Boise Police arrested Brian Barbour on an outstanding felony warrant for Sexual Exploitation of a child yesterday (June 30th) near the intersection of Mitchell and Landmark at approximately 5:00 p.m.
The arrest warrant stems from an investigation involving Boise Police Detectives and the ICAC. Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force indicating that the suspect may have child pornography in his possession. On May 1st, 2009 Officers served a search warrant at the suspects home on the 9700 block of West Poppy street and recovered evidence of illegal activity resulting in the arrest warrant. Further information on this ongoing investigation is not available at this time.
The ICAC Task Force Program was created to help State and local law enforcement agencies enhance their investigative response to offenders who use the Internet, online communication systems, or other computer technology to sexually exploit children. The program is currently composed of 59 regional Task Force agencies and is funded by the United States Office Of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. The Training & Technical Assistance Program was established to assist these agencies with training and technical assistance in support of their Internet Crimes Against Children initiatives.
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