Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Narcotics Detectives find 6 1/2 lbs of Marijuana; DUI Suspect passed out at the wheel; BPD Daily Incident Report

11-29-11 Narcotics Detectives find 6 1/2 lbs of Marijuana; DUI Suspect passed out at the wheel; BPD Daily Incident Report

Arrested: Randy J. Dubrusky, 30, Boise
Charged: Trafficking Marijuana (F)

Arrested: Ruben M. Irigoyen, 31, Nampa
Charged: Trafficking Marijuana (F)

    Detectives with the Boise Police BANDIT Narcotics Unit arrested Dubrusky and Irigoyen last night as the two tried to negotiate a drug deal in a Nampa parking lot, not knowing they were working with undercover Boise Police officers. The arrests cap a two month investigation that began with a tip to BPD Neighborhood Contact Officers. Nampa Police also assisted in the arrests. 

    At the time of their arrest, officers found the suspects in possession of four pounds of marijuana. Following the arrests, officers served a search warrant on one of the suspect's Nampa home and found an additional two ½ pounds of marijuana and $2,800 in cash.

    The two were booked into the Ada County Jail on the above trafficking charges. Officers say additional charges are possible as they and prosecutors continue to review the case.

    The Boise Police BANDIT Task Force investigates gambling, prostitution and illegal drug use. The Task Force includes Detectives from the Boise Police Department, federal Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms agents and the Idaho National Guard, who work as a multi-jurisdictional task force. BANDIT stands for Boise Area Narcotics and Drug Interdiction Task Force.


Arrested: Michael R. Miller, 40, Garden City
Charged: Possession of a Controlled Substance - Meth (F), Destruction of Evidence (F), Possession of drug paraphernalia (m), Possession of marijuana (m)

Arrested: Jessica L. Morris 34, Nampa
Charged: Warrant - Contempt of Court (m)

    A Boise Police officer on patrol late yesterday morning on the 1100 block of N. Curtis Road noticed a small grey car about to pull into traffic from a parking lot. The car was smoking heavily from exhaust. As the officer watched, the vehicle pulled back into the parking lot and drove around to the back of a building still smoking heavily. The officer followed the vehicle, stopped and asked to speak with the occupants, a male driver and female passenger, later identified as Miller and Morris.

    Both Miller and Morris told the officer they were on felony probation. The officer checked through Ada County dispatch and found Morris had an outstanding $3,500 warrant for contempt. While the officer spoke with the pair, he saw Miller throw down a dark colored object. Miller was immediately handcuffed. The officer then found a glass pipe with residue that tested positive for methamphetamine. Further investigation found Miller also in possession of a small amount of marijuana. Both were taken to the Ada County Jail and booked on the above charges.


Arrested: Ryder C. Orozco, 42, Boise
Charged: Driving Under the Influence (F)

    Officers were dispatched to the 6300 block of W. Usitck Road shortly after 2:00 this morning when a citizen reported a pickup truck blocking the roadway. Officers arrived to find the driver of the truck passed out behind the wheel and the truck blocking half the driving lane on eastbound Ustick and part of the sidewalk. Officers removed the keys from the ignition for safety and took several minutes trying to wake up the driver, later identified as Orozco. Officers could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Orozco and when he woke up, his speech was slurred. Officers could see Orozco had trouble maintaining his balance as he got out of his vehicle. 

    As officers attempted field sobriety tests, Orozco tried to run but officers quickly stopped him. He was arrested for DUI and taken to the Ada County jail where a blood draw was taken for further evidence testing. Orozco has two previous DUI convictions; on January, 2008 and March, 2009, making this a felony arrest.