Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

10-13-09 Investigation into overnight stabbing and other arrests

10-13-09 Investigation into overnight stabbing and other arrests

     Investigation into overnight stabbing and other arrests


    Overnight Stabbing

    What happened: Boise Police officers responded to a report of a stabbing at a home on the 1900 block of North 32nd Street early this morning (October 13th) at approximately 1:30 a.m. Several witnesses tell police that two men had arrived at a party that was taking place at the home. One of the men began fighting with the victim, who is an adult male, inside the house. At one point the suspect used a knife to stab him in the shoulder. The fight moved to the front yard before the suspect fled in a vehicle. The victim was transported to a local hospital with what appeared at the scene to be serious injuries. 

    Boise Police detectives are investigating several leads in this case. A motive for the attack is unclear at this time and any relationship between the victim and the suspect is still under investigation.

    Suspect Description: Witnesses say the suspect was a light complected male in his mid 20's, medium build, approximately 5'8. 

     Vehicle Description: Witnesses say the suspect was last seen fleeing the location in a red 4 door passenger car.

Anyone with further information in this case is urged to call crime stoppers at 343-COPS


    Arrested: David A. Chaney, 20, Boise

    Charges: Grand Theft (F), Possession of prescription drugs (m)

    Boise Police received a report of an ongoing theft yesterday (October 12th) at a convenience store on the 10000 block of West Ustick Road. Store managers tell police that the suspect, who was an employee at the time, had been pocketing money from the register for at least 3 days. Store owners estimate the amount of money taken by the suspect to total more than a thousand dollars. During the investigation officers recovered a plastic bag from the suspects pocket that contained a prescription narcotic that did not belong to him. Officers transported the suspect to the Ada County Jail and he was booked on the above listed charges.


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Release Prepared By:
Charles McClure
Boise Police Public Information