Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Officers arrest women for ramming vehicles; daily incident report

07-27-11 Officers arrest women for ramming vehicles; daily incident report

Arrested: Corianne P. Rogers, 49, Boise
Charged: Malicious Injury to Property (Vandalism - F)

    Boise Police were called shortly after 2:00 this morning by a citizen reporting he was sitting at his computer when he heard a loud crash like a vehicle collision out side his home near W. Ustick and N. Cloverdale Roads. He told officers he heard two more crashes immediately following the first and called 911 reporting a hit and run. When officers arrived, they found considerable damage to three vehicles that parked on the street in front of the home, including one vehicle that had been pushed into the middle of the road. All three belonged to the calling party's (the victim's) family. In addition to the damaged vehicles, officers also found broken pieces belonging to a 2006 Hundai Elantra. The victim told officers the Hundai likely belonged to an acquaintance. The victim reported an ongoing dispute with the owner of the Hundai. Neither the Hundai nor the Hundai owner were on scene.

    Officers began searching for the Hundai as a possible suspect vehicle. Instead they found the Hundai owner, identified as Rogers, walking down W. Ustick. Officers had had contact with Rogers on previous occasions and recognized her as the owner of the Hundai. After speaking with the suspect, officers found evidence she had been the driver of the Hundai when she intentionally crashed it into the three parked cars, causing an estimated $8,500 in damage. Rogers was arrested on a felony vandalism charge. Officers soon found the damaged Hundai parked a short distance away.


Arrested: Darrell W. Jackson, 51, Boise
Charged: Burglary (F)

    Boise Police were contacted by employees of a retail store on the 8100 blk of W. Fairview Ave Saturday, July 23rd. Officers investigated and found evidence the suspect, later identified as Jackson, had entered the store twice that day and each time walked out with an item from the electronics department without paying. The second time, the suspect was followed outside by a store employee who tried to contact Jackson. Instead, the suspect got in his car and, according to witnesses, drove directly at the store employee who had to jump to get out of the way and avoid being hit. Witnesses were about to give a description of the suspect and suspect vehicle to officers.
On Tuesday, July 27th, a Boise Police officer on patrol located the suspect vehicle in an apartment cmplex of N. Maple Grove Rd and Northview St. The officer saw the suspect leave his apartment and walk to his car. He was arrested on the above charges. The officer's reports have been forwarded to prosecutors. Additional charges may be pending.