Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Wednesday, September 02, 2009

09-02-09 Kidnapping and Fraud charges top overnight arrests

09-02-09 Kidnapping and Fraud charges top overnight arrests

    Boise September 2nd, 2009 - Kidnapping and Fraud charges top the overnight arrests in the City of Boise


     Arrested: Misael G. Juarez, 18, Oceano California

     Charges: 2nd Degree Kidnapping (F) ISC 18-4501

    Boise Police received a report of a runaway 15 year girl on June 4th, 2009. The case was investigated by juvenile detectives with the Boise Police School Resource Officer Unit (SRO) and detectives from the Boise Police Special Victims Unit (SVU). Detectives discovered the girl had met and been communicating with the suspect, Juarez on 

    Boise Police contacted deputies with the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office, who on June 17th, located the girl and the suspect at the suspect's home in Oceano, in coastal central California.The suspect was arrested a the 2nd degree Kidnapping warrant out of Ada County.  

    The suspect was extradited back to Idaho and arrived at the Ada County Jail early this morning.


18-4501.Kidnaping defined. Every person who wilfully: 1.  Seizes, confines, inveigles or kidnaps another, with intent to cause him, without authority of law, to be secretly confined or imprisoned within this state, or to be sent out of this state, or in any way held to service or kept or detained against his will; or, 2.  Leads, takes, entices away or detains a child under the age of sixteen (16) years, with intent to keep or conceal it from its custodial parent, guardian or other person having lawful care or control thereof, or with intent to steal any article upon the person of the child; or, 3.  Abducts, entices or by force or fraud unlawfully takes or carries away another at or from a place without the state, or procures, advises, aids or abets such an abduction, enticing, taking or carrying away, and afterwards sends, brings, has or keeps such person, or causes him to be kept or secreted within this state; or, 4.  Seizes, confines, inveigles, leads, takes, entices away or kidnaps another against his will to extort money, property or any other thing of value or obtain money, property or reward or any other thing of value for the return or disposition of such person is guilty of kidnapping. 18-4503.Second degree kidnapping when not for ransom. Every other kidnapping committed shall be kidnapping in the second degree.


    Arrested: Brock P. Nelson, 31, Boise     

    Charge: Forgery (F)

    Detectives with the Boise Police Financial Crimes Unit arrested the suspect Nelson Tuesday, Sept. 1st, on an outstanding felony warrant. Nelson has been charged with Forgery after allegedly falsifying documents, including a check and a contract, related to a fraudulent real estate transaction involving a Boise home.

    Nelson was arrested Tuesday morning by Boise Police as he was leaving the Ada County Courthouse where a sentencing hearing on a previous forgery charge had just been delayed.

    The previous case, also investigated by the Boise Police Financial Crimes Unit, involved the forgery of an Ada County District Court document that fraudulently claimed Nelson's past criminal history had been expunged. Nelson was attempting to work with a local non-profit agency, who discovered through a background check that Nelson had a prior criminal history that would have prohibited him from working with the agency. Detectives say Nelson created the false court document in his attempt to get work with the agency.

    Boise Police financial crimes detectives have reason to believe Nelson may be involved in other ongoing deals involving fraud or forgery. If anyone has further information regarding deals Nelson may be involved in, they're urged to contact Boise police detectives through Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS, or