Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Neighbors help officers locate burglary suspect; daily incident report

03-01-11 Neighbors help officers locate burglary suspect; daily incident report

Arrested: Kory M. Hendershot, 18, Olympia, WA
Charges: Burglary (F), Petit Theft (m), Resisting & Obstructing Officers (m)

    Boise Police received a call from a resident in the neighborhood southeast of Broadway Ave and W. Boise Ave. Monday, February 28th at approx. 3:43 p.m. The resident reported to dispatchers a man she didn't know was on top of her carport. The woman described the man as wearing a white T-shirt, jeans and was barefoot. As officers responded, another neighbor called police reporting a man with the same description had just tried to enter the van parked under the carport. When officers arrived, the suspect had left. Moments later, the neighbor called police again, saying he was following the suspect and he was now walking on Broadway Ave.

    An officer located the suspect and began talking with him. A Washington State ID card identified the man as Kory Hendershot from Olympia, WA. The officer found the suspect was still barefoot, but now wearing a sweatshirt, sweater and scarf that had reported been stolen from the van. As the officer talked with the suspect, the suspect turned and tried to run. The officer quickly caught him. The suspect continued to struggle until a second officer arrived and the two were able to control the suspect and take him into custody. He was booked into the Ada County Jail on the above charges.

Arrested: Jaime L. Young, 19, Garden City
Charge: Possession of a Controlled Substance - meth (F), Failure to purchase a driver's license (m), Outstanding Warrant - Elmore County

    A Boise Police officer on patrol just before midnight last night saw a vehicle fail to stop at the marked white stop line at the stop light, and instead stopped into the intersection at State Street and Veterans Memorial Parkway. The officer stopped the vehicle and found the driver, Young had no driver's license. The passenger of the car, Jason A. Shook, 34 of Mountain Home was found to have an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to appear in Ada County. A BPD K9 alerted on the suspect's vehicle. A search of the car revealed two small plastic containers containing a small amount of white powder and crystal substance that field tested presumptive positive for methamphetamine. The substance was found in a bag belonging to the driver Young. Shook was taken to jail on the outstanding warrant. Young was booked into the Ada County Jail on the above charges.