03-03-11 BPD K-9 locates heroin on traffic stop
Arrested: Frank L. Hendrix, 42, Boise
Charges: Trafficking a Controlled Substance
Boise Police on patrol last night, March
2nd, at approximately 7:00 p.m. observed a vehicle with no front
license plate and conducted a traffic stop near 27th and Fairview.
As officers contacted the driver, a Boise Police K-9 named "Huck"
alerted on the vehicle, indicating the likely presence of
drugs. A search of the vehicle revealed a pill bottle containing
approximately 7.2 grams total package weight of heroin. Due to the
amount of narcotics recovered the suspect was charged with
Trafficking a Controlled Substance. The suspect was booked at the
Ada County jail.
TITLE 49 MOTOR VEHICLES CHAPTER 4 MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION
49-428.Display of plate and stickers.(1) License plates assigned to
a motor vehicle shall be attached, one (1) in the front and the
other in the rear
(2) Every license plate shall at all times be securely
fastened to the vehicle to which it is assigned to prevent the
plate from swinging, be at a height not less than twelve (12)
inches from the ground, measuring from the bottom of the plate, be
in a place and position to be clearly visible, and shall be
maintained free from foreign materials and in a condition to be
clearly legible, and all registration stickers shall be securely
attached to the license plates and shall be displayed as provided
in section 49-443(4), Idaho Code.
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