02-17-11 Wanted violent fugitive; Rape warrant arrest;
overnight incident report
Officers searching for Violent Fugitive
Boise, Feb. 17, 2011 - Boise Police are asking
the publics help in locating a suspect wanted following a
particularly serious incident of domestic violence.
A no bond arrest warrant was issued for Neil Terry
Bunker, 36, of Boise on Tuesday, Feb 15th. Bunker is accused of
leaving his victim head injuries, an attack that allegedly occurred
in the presence of small children.
Detectives have information the suspect knows officers
are searching for him and he is actively eluding capture. Officers
believe the suspect may be hiding in the homes of acquaintances.
Harboring a wanted fugitive is a felony. Information that leads to
the arrest of the suspect may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000
from Crime Stoppers.
Neil Terry Bunker, 36
6'1" 260 lbs.
brown hair/green eyes
He is wanted on a Felony Domestic Battery (No Bond) warrant
Anyone with any information on Bunker's whereabouts is
urged to call Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS, or log onto
www.343cops.com, or text CRIMES or 274637, subject: Tip236. A
citizen tip can remain anonymous.
Warrant Arrested: James H. Elkins, 52, Hermiston OR.
Warrant Charges:Rape (F)
Boise Police arrested the suspect Yesterday,
February 16th, after a detailed investigation into allegations of
rape that reportedly took place over a 3 year period during the
1990's. The incidents were reported to Boise Police on February 3rd
of this year. The victim was a juvenile female at the time. The
investigation into this case continues. No further information is
available. Further inquires into this case should be directed to
the Ada County Prosecuting Attorneys Office.
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