Boise Police Department
News Release

Michael F. Masterson
Chief of Police


Contact: Lynn Hightower
Communications Director
570-6180

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Two arrested for throwing rocks that damaged cars; daily incident report

06-21-11 Two arrested for throwing rocks that damaged cars; daily incident report

Arrested: Sequoia L. Adams, 18, Boise
Arrested: Daniel S. Saylors, 18, Boise
Charges: Malicious Injury to Property (Felony Vandalism)

    Boise Police and Idaho State Police were called shortly after 3:00 a.m. this morning by witnesses reporting rocks being thrown at cars on eastbound I-184, the connector and the Fairview exit. As officers got close to the area, they had to swerve to avoid hitting several rocks lying in the roadway. Officers picked up and removed the rocks so they wouldn't cause more damage to passing vehicles. The rocks ranged in size from golf ball to softball size.

    The drivers of two vehicles, a pick up and a sedan had pulled over and were on scene when officers arrived. Both vehicles appeared to have what officers called "significant damage" apparently caused by the rocks. The Ford pick up appeared to have been hit several times damaging the passenger's right side door and the windshield. The Dodge sedan also had damage to the right side door.

    One of the suspects, Adams was still at the scene when officers arrived. The second, Saylors, was found by officers walking a short distance away. After investigating, officers found evidence to charge both men with throwing the rocks causing damage to the passing vehicles estimated in excess of $2,500.

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Arrested: Doran W. Borchart, 31, Boise
Charge: Robbery (F)

    The suspect was taken into custody early this morning on an outstanding felony warrant for robbery.

    Boise Police were called to a home east of S. Orchard and W. Spaulding Streets Monday afternoon, May 23, 2011. At the home, the victim told officers the suspect, Borchart had used force to take approx $200 in cash from the victim's pants pocket. The suspect and victim are known to each other. Officers tried to locate and talk to the suspect several times. When he failed to cooperate, officers sent their report to the Ada County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. After reviewing the evidence, prosecutors issued an arrest warrant charging the suspect with Robbery. The suspect was located and arrested at his Boise bench home overnight.