Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Tuesday, April 10, 2012

DUI drivers runs over lawns; Agg Assault Arrest; BPD Daily Incident Report

Arrested: Jeffrey E. Hurley, 29, Boise

Charged: Aggravated Assault (F), Burglary (F), Malicious Injury to Property (m)

Arrested: John E. Hurley, 29, Boise

Charged: Unlawful Entry (m), Malicious Injury to Property (m)

Boise Police were called to a home southwest of N. Maple Grove and McMillan Roads Monday, April 9th shortly after noon. According to witnesses inside the house, both suspects entered the home without permission. Jeffrey took a lap top and attempted to leave with it. When the victim went to stop him, the two struggled with Jeffrey reportedly grabbing the victim's shirt in a manner such that he was attempting to strangle the victim, who told officers he feared for his life. The laptop was also damaged during the struggle. While the struggle was taking place inside the home, John is accused of flattening tires on the victim's vehicle. Investigating officers say the incident appears to be part of an ongoing dispute between the suspect and victims who are well known to each other. John and Jeffrey left the victim's home before officers arrived. The suspects were soon found at their home on the Boise bench, questioned and arrested on the above charges.


Arrested: Harka M. Subba, 24, Boise

Charged: DUI - Excessive (m), Leaving the scene of an accident (m)

Boise Police were called just after midnight this morning by several citizens reporting a vehilce driving recklessly in an apartment complex on the 500 block of S. Curtis Road, hitting a tree that caused a flat tire to the vehicle. However, witnesses told police dispatchers, the suspect continued driving the vehicle, a 1991 Mitsubishi sedan. Dispatchers continued receiving multiple citizen calls about the reckless vehicle, now reported to be driving on resident's lawns and driving in circles through a neighborhood just north of the apartment complex. Officers soon found the suspect vehicle stopped on the front lawn of a home off S. Curtis Road. The driver, identified as Subba was still in the vehicle that had significant damage to the front passenger side. The suspect failed a portion of the field sobriety tests, however, officers were concerned for the suspect's safety as he was unable to stand up without assistance so additional field sobriety tests were discontinued. Subba provided a breath sample on an Intoxilyzer at the Ada County jail with results of .235/ .234. He was arrested on the above charges. 

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