Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Monday, October 11, 2010

Alert teen girls help Officers make enticement Arrest; Homeowner thwarts vehicle burgs; Weekend Incident Report

10-11-10 Alert teen girls help Officers make enticement Arrest; Homeowner thwarts vehicle burgs; Weekend Incident Report

Arrested: Paul James Wilson, 57, Nampa

Charge: Child Enticement (m)

    Boise Police were called to a hotel near S. Capitol Blvd and W. Boise Ave. Saturday, Oct. 9th at noon by the parents of three young teenage girls who reported an adult male had tried to entice the girls into his motorhome. When officers arrived, the suspect was still in his motorhome parked in the hotel lot. According to witnesses, the suspect approached the girls, ages 12, 13 and 14 at the hotel pool. He began asking what sports they were interested in, then reportedly told the girls he had that kind of sports gear in his motorhome and invited them in. The girls and their families were guests at the hotel. The girl told their parents what happened. The parents called police and wished to press charges. 

    "These young girls did the right thing," said Det. Angie Munson of the Boise Police Special Victims Unit. "They recognized the potential stranger danger and told their parents right away. The parents called police right away and officers were able to find the suspect still in the area."

    "These girls also stayed together while they were at the pool and were watching out for each other. There's support in numbers. This arrest is thanks to these girls being alert to their safety, the safety of their friends and thinking quickly."

    The suspect Wilson was arrested on the enticement charge.


Suspects: 4 male juveniles, ages 15 and 16

Possible Charges: Burglary (F)

    Boise Police were called by a resident of an east Boise foothills neighborhood early Friday morning, about 7:40 a.m. The man said he'd seen four teenage boys getting into his parked car. The man confronted the teens and was able to hold onto one of them until officers arrived. School Resource Officers responded and were soon able to find the other three teens believed to be involved. Officers were also able to track down property believed stolen from the parked cars. Throughout Friday, Oct. 8th, as victims called in to report the vehicle burglaries, officers were able to return the property to the rightful owners. The suspects will be charges in juvenile court.

     "Hats off to this citizen who not only helped officers find the teens responsible for these car burglaries, but may have prevented more of his neighbors from becoming victims," said Lt. Stuart Kelsay of the Boise Police Patrol Division. 

    Officers say many of the cars burglarized were left unlocked. Officers remind citizens to always double check and keep their cars locked and valuable items secured or taken out of the vehicle.


Arrested: Brandon E. Bender, 20, Twin Falls, ID

Charge: Burglary (F)

    Boise Police were called by employees of a large retail store on the 3500 blk of S. Federal Way Saturday, Oct 9th at approx. 6:44 p.m. When officers arrived, they found the suspect being detained by store employees. The suspect was also found in possession of a pair of clippers that employees said he had used to cut tags off a pair of shoes. According to witnesses, the suspect entered the store, took a pair of shoes off the rack, put the new shoes on after cutting the tags, hid his shoes under his clothing and left the store without paying for the items. Investigating officers found evidence the suspect entered the store with the intention of committing the theft, thus the felony charge. Bender was arrested and transported to the Ada County Jail.


Arrested: Jared D. Bonaminio, 18, Boise

Arrested: Robert D. Hausner, 30

Charges: Aggravated Battery (F), Burglary (F)

    A neighbor in an apartment complex on the 1100 blk of S. Dale called Boise Police Sunday morning, Sept. 10the shortly after 4:00 a.m. The neighbor reported hearing a fight in a nearby apartment. Officers arrived quickly and found the fight still in progress and both suspects still inside the apartment. The suspects and victim are known to each other and are apparently involved in an ongoing dispute over property. Officers found evidence the two suspects had entered the victim's apartment armed with a three-foot long wooden board. Witnesses told officers the suspects kicked the door in, then began beating the victim, an adult male, with the board as well as punching and kicking him. The victim did require medical treatment for injuries to his face and head. Officers arrested both suspects on the above charges. 


Arrested: Jason N. Dickson, 21, Boise

Charges: Grand Theft (F), Burglary (F), Parole Violation

    Boise Police were called to a home near N. 12th St and W. Washington Saturday night, Oct. 9th by the resident reporting his home had been broken into. The victim told officers approx. $1,500 in cash and an expensive lap top had been stolen. Officers found evidence of forced entry into the home, including a broken front door jam. Officers found evidence an acquaintance of the victim may be responsible. Officers were able to locate the person of interest, Dickson. Officers also contacted Dicksons parole agent. The parole agent was able to search Dickson's belongings and found a lap top matching the one reported stolen, as well as a matching amount of cash. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Ada County Jail on the above charges.


Arrested: Ryan G. Miller, 33, Boise

Charges: Grand Theft (F), Burglary (F)

    Boise Police were notified by the victim on October 2, 2010, that approx. 20 items of gold jewelry, valued at $8,000 was missing from her east Boise home. Investigating officers found evidence an acquaintance of the victim, Miller had entered the home while the victim was away and stole the jewelry. Officers found the gold 10K and 14K jewelry had been sold to a local business who had already sent the jewelry out of state to be melted down. Officers found Miller at a Boise bench home Saturday, Oct. 9th. He was arrested on the above charges.


Arrested: Jessie R. Rodriguez, 26, Boise

Charge: Aggravated Assault (F)

    Boise Police were called by a neighbor early Sunday morning, approx 4:21 a.m., reporting a fight going on involving several people outside an apartment just southwest of Vista Ave and W. Canal St. When officers arrived they found several people involved in, what appeared to be an ongoing dispute over property. According to witnesses, the suspect, Rodriguez had picked up a rock and threatened to hit the victim. The suspect was arrested on the above charge.