Charged: Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver - Marijuana (D), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m)
Boise Police Neighborhood Contact Officers served a search warrant on the home at 2125 West Boise Avenue yesterday afternoon. The warrant was the result of continued officer responses due to neighbor complaints and about loud parties and underage drug and alcohol use. Previous responses by officers to this location have resulted in numerous citations for underage drinking.
While serving the search warrant on the address, officers located multiple pieces of drug paraphernalia, marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, prescription drugs and illegal possession of alcohol by minors. Officers found several people living in the home including some who moved to Boise from out of state within the past few weeks. Residents of the home include suspects Daniel Taghdiri, Andrew Taghdiri, Kacey Hammond, Trent Harris, and Grant Jacobsen.
The suspect Daniel Taghdiri was found to be in possession of more than 5 ounces of marijuana, marijuana concentrated in a wax form and liquid marijuana. Officers also found him to be in possession of drug paraphernalia, baggies, scales, a large amount of case, scales and other evidence indicating he sold marijuana.
Suspect Andrew Taghdiri was also found with marijuana wax inside an electronic pen that looks very similar to an e-cigarette, however is used to smoke the concentrated form of marijuana.
Also arrested during the search:
Arrested: Kacey J. Hammond, 19, Boise
Charged: Possession of drug paraphernalia (m), Possession of alcohol by a minor (m)
Arrested: Trent aka Lamar Harris, 31, Boise
Charged: Frequenting a place where drugs are used or sold (m)
Arrested: Andrew B. Taghdiri, 24, Boise
Charged: Possession of marijuana (m), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m)
Arrested: Grant C. Jacobsen, 20, Boise
Charged: Possession of alcohol by a minor (m), Possession of a Controlled Substance - psilocybin mushrooms (m), Possession of a Schedule IV Drug without a prescription- Alprazolam (m), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m)
Arrested: Morgan M. McIntyre, 18, Boise
Charged: Frequenting a place where drugs are used or sold (m)
Arrested: Daniel C. Tucker, 38, Boise
Charged: Possession of a Schedule II Drug - Oxycodone, Hydromorphone, Kadian (F), Possession of a Controlled Substance - Methamphetamine (F), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m), Possession of stolen property (m), Prescription drug in other than the original container (m), Resisting and obstructing officers (m)
A Boise Police officer on patrol shortly after 11:00 p.m. last night at West Franklin Road and South Hilton Street saw a bicyclist riding without the required headlamp or rear reflector. The officer stopped the cyclist to speak with him about the safety equipment violations. As the officer attempted to stop him, the cyclist rode off through a nearby parking lot. The officer activated the emergency lights and siren of his marked patrol car but the cyclist continued to ride away. The officer was able to cut off the cyclist on Hilton Street, forcing him to stop.
Officers checked records of the bicycle serial number and found it was reported stolen November 6th from the University area. A Boise Police drug detection dog named Jackson sniffed the immediate area and alerted to some bushes. Officers searched and found personal items belonging to the suspect along with syringes, two used and one that still had a liquid substance in it. In addition, officers located a clear plastic bottle containing multiple pills as well as a crystal like substance that later field tested positive for methamphetamine. The pills included prescription drugs, three of them being schedule II controlled substance. The suspect was arrested on the above charges and booked into the Ada County Jail.
Arrested: Alyssa D. Fravel, 39, Boise
Charged: Possession of a Controlled Substance - Meth (F). Possession of marijuana (m), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m)
Boise Police were called by a resident near West Targee and South Orchard Streets last night about 11:00 p.m. reporting a vehicle not known to belong to any of the neighbors was parked on the street and occupied by two people who had been sitting in the care for some time. Neighbors told officers they have been concerned over recent suspicious activity occurring in their area, including possible drug activity. Officers responded and found the suspect in the driver's seat. A Boise Police drug detection dog, Jackson was called and alerted to the odor of drugs inside the vehicle. A subsequent search revealed the suspect to be in possession of a small amount of methamphetamine and marijuana, as well as devices commonly used to smoke illegal drugs. The passenger in the car was questioned by officers and released. The suspect Fravel was arrested on the above charges and booked into the Ada County Jail.
Arrested: Crissandra Lasley, 37, Boise
Charged: Child Enticement (m)
Boise Police arrested the suspect this morning on an outstanding warrant . The warrant alleges the suspect enticed two teenage boys under age 16 into her vehicle and kept them with her without the permission of their parents for several hours the morning of November 6th. The victims and the suspect are known to each other. Boise Police were made aware of the incident that morning. The officers investigation was forwarded to Boise City Prosecutors for review resulting in the arrest warrant on the misdemeanor charge. She is currently being held in the Ada County Jail on a no bond warrant.
18-1509. Enticing of children. (1) A person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor if that person attempts to persuade, or persuades, whether by words or actions or both, a minor child under the age of sixteen (16) years to either: (a)Leave the child's home or school; or (b)Enter a vehicle or building; or (c)Enter a structure or enclosed area, or alley, with the intent that the child shall be concealed from public view; while the person is acting without the authority of (i) the custodial parent of the child, (ii) the state of Idaho or a political subdivision thereof or (iii) one having legal custody of the minor child. Nothing contained in this section shall be construed to prevent the lawful detention of a minor child or the rendering of aid or assistance to a minor child. (2)Every person who is convicted of a violation of the provisions of this section shall be punished by imprisonment in the county or municipal jail for not more than six (6) months or by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) or by both such fine and imprisonment. A person convicted a second or subsequent time of violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state penitentiary for a period of time of not more than five (5) years.