Boise Police Department
News Release

Michael F. Masterson
Chief of Police


Contact: Lynn Hightower
Communications Director
570-6180

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Two traffic stops result in three felony drug arrests; daily incident report

12-07-10 Two traffic stops result in three felony drug arrests; daily incident report

Arrested: Christopher P. Davis, 31, Boise
Charge: Delivery of a Controlled Substance (F)

Arrested: Elizabeth M. Turner, 22, Boise
Charge: Delivery of a Controlled Substance (F)

    A Boise Police officer on patrol traveling south on N. 36th Sreet at 9:20 p.m. last night saw a blue Honda Civic directly in front of his patrol car swerving in and out of its lane while. The officer stopped the vehicle and due to the behavior of the driver, the officer suspected the driver, identified as Christopher Davis, may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The officer called a Boise Police K9 team for assistance. The police service dog, Ruwa. alerted on the vehicle, meaning the dog smelled the odor of drugs, particularly toward the rear of the car. In the trunk, officers found a backpack that contained a plastic bag with approx one-half ounce of a white powdery substance, a package that contained a small amount of a green leafy substance, and a scale. Davis was also found to be in possession of a ledger and cash. Investigating further, officers found evidence the passenger of the car, Turner, had methamphetamine, pills, and a syringe hidden on her person. Due to the evidence that indicated drug sales, both suspects were arrested on the above charge and booked into the Ada County Jail.

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Arrested: Jacob M. Frye, 21, Garden City
Charges: Possession of a Controlled Substance - meth (F), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m), two misdemeanor arrest warrants

    A Boise Police officer on patrol traveling east on W. State Street near N. 32nd Street just before 3:00 a.m. this morning saw a green Saturn with cancelled registration. The officer made a traffic stop and while talking with the driver noticed a smoking device resembling a meth pipe beneath the driver's leg. Inside the pipe, officers found a white powdery substance that field tested presumptive positive for methamphetamine. The driver, Frye, was arrested on the above charges.