10-31-11 Meth appears a factor in two separate weekend
arrests; BPD daily incident report
Arrested: Peggy S. Neumeyer, 52, Boise
Charged: Battery on a Police Officer (F), Possession of
Methamphetamine (F), Illegal Possession of a prescription drug -
bupropion hydrochloride (m), Possession of stolen property (m),
Resisting and Obstructing officers (m)
Boise Police were sent by dispatchers to
check out a 911 hang up call from a gas station convenience store
on the 7300 block of W. Ustick Rd. Sunday night, October 30th
shortly before 9:30 p.m. As officers were on their way, dispatchers
advised the situation had turned into a fight at the store.
Officers arrived moments later to see
one man standing outside the store. He pointed officers to a female
inside and said the woman had just stolen several items out of a
storage shed at his home nearby.
Officers approached the woman, later
identified as Neumeyer. She was not cooperative, began yelling
random, seemingly nonsensical statements, and eventually kicked an
officer in the leg. She was then arrested for R & O and Battery
on an Officer.
Officers found the suspect had carried a
bag into the store. Following her arrest, officers found the bag
contained tools, clothes, a kitchen knife and an Idaho license
plate that had been reported stolen. Officers contacted the owner
of the license plate who had already paid to have it replaced and
requested restitution from the suspect.
Officers also found in the suspect's
possession a syringe loaded with a brown liquid that later tested
positive for meth.
The suspect complained of an injury to her arm and wrist during her
struggle with officers. Officers and paramedics transported the
suspect to a nearby hospital where medical staff determined she was
not injured. She was released to officers and booked into the Ada
County jail on the above charges.
While at the jail, the suspect was also
found the be in possession of a pill wrapped in cellophane. The
pill was identified to be a prescription anti-depressant.
Arrested: Benjamin M. Lafollette, 34, Kennewick, WA
Charged: Possession of Methamphetamine (F), Possession of
marijuana (m), Illegal possession of a prescription drug -
Hydrocodone and Tylenol with Codeine (m), Driving without
Boise Police officers on patrol early
Saturday, Oct. 29th at 2:23 a.m. witnessed a vehicle run the red
light turning west off Vista Ave. onto Rose Hill Street. Officers
stopped the vehicle on Rose Hill and Opal, one block west of Vista.
The driver was identified as Lafollette. Immediately upon speaking
with Lafollette, officers could smell the distinct odor of
marijuana. Checking with dispatch, officers found the suspect's
license was suspended out of Washington State, and he had a warrant
out of Ada County. Lafollette was arrested for DWP and the warrant.
In a search of his vehicle officers located approximately 12 grams
of a green leafy substance that tested positive for marijuana, a
prescription bottle with the label cut off containing Hydrocodone
and Tylenol pills with codeine. A glass pipe was also found
with a white residue that tested positive for methamphetamine. The
suspect was booked into the Ada County Jail on the above
Arrested: Christopher T. Hudson, 44, Boise
Charged: Burglary (F)
Boise Police were called by employees of
a retail store on the 8100 block of W. Fairview Ave. Friday,
October 28th at 9:15 p.m. Store employees told officers they had
been alerted by a shopper that a man, later identified as Hudson,
may be attempting to steal several articles of clothing. Witnesses
said as they searched for Hudson, they found him leaving the store
with several items of clothing he had not paid for. Further
investigation led officers to believe the suspect had entered the
store with the intention of shoplifting, making the crime a felony.
Hudson was arrested and booked into the Ada County Jail on the