Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Arrests on possession and intimidation charges; Daily incident report

  Arrested: William R. McMillen, 34, Boise

  Charges: Possession of a Controlled Substance (Meth)(F), Possession of a Controlled Substance (Prescription Medications)(F), Agents Warrant/Parole Violation (F), Resisting and Obstructing (m)

  Boise Police assisted Idaho Probation and Parole agents as they contacted a parolee at a residence on the 9600 block of West Preece Street yesterday, October 23rd, at approximately 2:30 p.m. Agents located the suspect inside the residence and attempted to take him into custody. The suspect began to physically resist. Due to the suspect's behavior officers deployed a taser. A search of the suspects person revealed a plastic baggie containing a small amount of meth and a pill bottle without documentation that contained amphetamines. The suspect was booked at the Ada County Jail on the above listed charges.


  Arrested: David A. Leboeuf, 51, Boise

  Charges: Intimidation of a States Witness (F)

Boise Police received a report of intimidation involving the suspect yesterday, October 23rd. Officers investigating the report found evidence that indicates the suspect repeatedly attempted to influence the victim who is a party to an ongoing criminal case. Officers contacted the suspect and after a detailed investigation he was take into custody. The suspect was transported to the Ada County Jail and booked on the above listed charges.

TITLE 18 CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS CHAPTER 26 EVIDENCE FALSIFIED OR CONCEALED AND WITNESSES INTIMIDATED OR BRIBED 18-2604. Intimidating a witness (3)Any person who, by direct or indirect force, or by any threats to person or property, or by any manner wilfully intimidates, influences, impedes, deters, threatens, harasses, obstructs or prevents, a witness, including a child witness, or any person who may be called as a witness or any person he believes may be called as a witness in any criminal proceeding or juvenile evidentiary hearing from testifying freely, fully and truthfully in that criminal proceeding or juvenile evidentiary hearing is guilty of a felony. 


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Release Prepared By:

Charles McClure

Boise Police Public Information