Boise Police Department
News Release

Michael F. Masterson
Chief of Police


Contact: Lynn Hightower
Communications Director
570-6180

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Separate arrests for selling drugs, including meth and bath salts; BPD Daily Incident Report

Arrested: Cody A. Bellenbrock, 21, Meridian

Arrested: Joshua N. Osborne, 19, Boise

Charged: Controlled Substance Violation- Oxycodone (F), possession of drug paraphernalia (m)

A Boise Police officer acting in his role as an investigator for the BPD Organized Retail Fraud Unit, and on patrol late Monday afternoon, March 18, observed the suspects Bellenbrock and Osborne hunched over in the front of a vehicle in a parking lot on the 300 block of N. Milwaukee St. Based on the officers experience, he was concerned the pair was doing drugs. An officer walked up to the car and contacted Bellenbrock, who was in the drivers seat. The officer recieved consent to search the car and located four oxycodone pills in the drivers area and another in the suspetc's clothing. Further investigation found both suspects had been in possession and smoking the drug as the officer made contact with them. Both suspects were arrested on the above charges and booked into the Ada County Jail. The suspect Bellenbrock was also charged with a probation violation.

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Arrested: Brandon M. Lincoln, 31, Nampa

Charged: Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver - Meth (F), Possession of Schedule II Drug without a Prescription - Hydrocodone (F), Driving without privileges (m)

A Boise Police officer on patrol early this morning on the 3200 block of S. Vista Ave. stopped the driver of a car due to lack of a rear license plate. The driver, identified as Lincoln, was found to be driving with a suspended license and was arrested. The officer noticed the suspect making several movements that because of the officer's experience and training, he found suspicious. An Ada County Sheriff's Deputy with a drug sniffing dog came to assist. The dog alerted on the car.  A small zip lock baggy containing a crystalline substance was found in the car. The baggy was found to contain a total package weight of 1.0 gram. The substance field tested presumptively positive for methamphetamine. Further search and investigation found the suspect to be in possession of more than 100 prescription pills inclding hydrocodone, During their investigation, officers found evidence, not available for public release at this time, that the suspect intended to sell the drugs. Officers booked the suspect into the Ada County Jail on the above charges. 

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Arrested: Scott J. Rambo, 48, Eagle

Charged: Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver- bath salts (F), Possession of a Schedule II Drug without a Prescription -  Clonazepam (F), Possesion of a Controlled Substance - Cocaine (F) Possession of drug paraphernalia (m), Handicap parking violation (cited), Driving with a suspended license (cited)

Arrested: Samuel G. Taylor, 20, Caldwell

Charged: Agents Warrant (F), Possession of marijuana (m), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m)

A Boise Police officer on patrol shortly after midnight this morning saw a pickup truck park in a clearly marked handicap parking stall at a convenience store on the 7300 block of W. Ustick Rd. The truck had no visible handicap placard. The officer made contact with a man in the passenger seat, identified as Taylor. The officer could smell the distinct odor of marijuana and could clearly see green leafy flakes on his pants, a clear plastic baggie and a wrapping paper used to make a marijuana joint resting on his lap and just next to him. Taylor was arrested and officers called for the assistance of an Ada County drug detection dog. The driver came out of the store and was identified as the suspect, Rambo. Officers found Rambo to be driving on a suspended license due to numerous infractions. The drug sniffing dog alerted on the vehicle. Officers then found a backpack containing 21grams total package weight of a white crystalline substance identified as bath salts, packaging materials, paraphernalia including a scale, a spoon, and less than 1g of a white powder-like substance that field tested presumptively positive as Cocaine, and pills identified as a Schedule II controlled substance, Clonazepam. Further investigation revealed additional evidence the suspect was in possession of the bath salts in order to sell the substance. The two suspects were booked into the Ada County Jail on the abive charge. The investigation is continuing.